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Dave Minix. Raymond. Kan who presents rope making ~ns was one of the law exhibitors at Saturday's Mountain Man rendezvous at the Pawnee Indian State Historic Site at Republic Illness Ihlnned the rares of the Republican Valley Muzzleloaders who ~nagy make up ~e majority of ~m reenacto~. Republic By Belly Bemray Niki Cossaart C~w]ey ned child.ran. Olivia and Ben, were Memorial week- end guests o[ Kent Swayer, Matt Mut~ is this week+s hamburger nighz special winftef. Several in the area aelendod the mountain man rendezvou~heM at the Pawnee Indian Museum, This ~x~ck the KU At~he~logicat Field School sladents will be digging and invite the public to wagrh, S ~io,tts of excava- tions are Jtm 5-14 anti June t9-28. Seaadia Untied Methodist Church will be trusting VBS thB year JmmT-9, 9 a.m, to 2:30 p.m, See you at the Sea is the theme. All ave welcome and 1he program isun Fridayat Chil- d.~n will ~ thal God made me. saved me. cim~ me, knows me and lives ia me. Lunch wil] be providm:l Republic O nited Methodist Church news: Tuesday retorting Bible study 9 a,m, June 13 UMW at I p,m, in the Fellowship Hall. June i 1 potluck din- ne~ a.f'terchslrch birthday bash and faJe- well celebration for Dame] and Michal, June I I 7 p.m. First Baptist Church l~lleville.concert of praise and prayer. Time forsecond Satunlay care. Juae 10, 6 g p.m. at the community ocntet. Reservalion~ needed no later than noon on Sauuday. Troy and Christy Newman u~mled their five-year-old son, Reed, Io a date night om for some special lime with his ~r~dg, rnL~ without his little sister and big . He chose for them to pick 0,p a ~aboZZa at Lovvwell Marina, then eat it ard their hoaz while t~y fished together on Sm~lay. Reed caught the n'H~t fish and had a g~'P al mght! Peter and Faith am Ix~ looking forward to their special nights o,ul this summer too! . The Village of Davenpoff held a ribbon cutting ceremony, Monday. for RW's Carla.Pictured am (from left) Jan7 Brase. presidertt of lhe Davenport Founda- boa, to cilia Henry. PastOr Kri-slin Van Stee. Christ Lutheran Chumh, Susie and Kudi$ Elting, RW's co-owners, Kima Johnson. a RW~s staff member. Aflen v0rce, Davenport village c~er~, and Davanp~t village board members: Teddy Croiser and Ten'y F ,nghauser, Can Care.A.Van visits Superior Tale Rothchild (left}. a-member of the Superior High School Community Service Club. sponsored by Jacki Porter, a~:epls Spirit Award on behalf of the dub members from 10/11 Lincoln, report~ Brand+ Har,'ts at Monday's Can Care=A-Van eve~ sponsored by the station. Nuckolls County FOOd pantry board member Warren Smith acceplecl a sim~r award on behall of tl-,e beard. The event colleL'ted iflore than 10,000 pounds of good, Nora Fantastic voyage There's an a~ero.dtrut there in space with the moniker, 16 Psyche, 1hat is made emirely of a ct)mbinatioa of a racial that would relx)rted~y be worth an asRlundiJtg |0,(XX'I quudrillion dof lays, according Io the Ab.~ciation of Mature America.z Citlzer~s. That's $10,0(K~ with an extra 15 zeros and. NASA plans on vlsiling lhe plantloid+ But. there are no plans to"cash in" on 11~' mission. The .'icienti l~, al the space agency believe thi~ e~ttra-lerr~- trial treasure hum will rn-ovide a trove of knowledge, They say it van help fell us bow the ~lar ,~ystem w~s fi+rmed, Besides. NASA ~ys, it doeh nol have the technology 10 mine the asteroid. The I 0/I l Can Care-A-Van arrived in Superior, Monday. as pan of their annual food drive to a,ssist food pan, tries a~'rt~s Nebraska. Superior was one of 13 stop~ on this year's itinerary. Two representatives from the station, Brandi Harris, a reporter, awl Sara Blann. the station's community ser- vice coordinator, set up shop in front the Nu-c kolls County Commuaily Ser- vices office on Easl Fourth Street at 9 a,m The office also houses the Nackolls County Food Pantry, Area residents contributed food. cleaning and personal items as welt as e'ash 1o be ,sad hy anna families in need of assis- tance. Can Care-A-Van also sponsors six support drives. The fowl Panlry moved from its forme~ central Avenue location in March. Volunteers from the Living Faith Cht~rch and Superior High School Community Service Club slndents as- sisted with the move and painted the shelves.Tale Rothchild. accepted a IW I I spirit Award,on behalfofthe Com- munity Service CI uh n~mbers, for their Learn to prune your young trees correctly Tre~ are a great addilion to any land a.'ape. Without proper pruning. ~he~ trees may grow beautifully hut then fail in a storm, The growth habit of the branches is vital to the overall surviuM and health of the tree, Beginning pruning when the lrees are young will minimize tt~e ~und- ing and cau~ the trees to 8row stron- ger, more maluR growth. When a Ire is ptanted iu a forestall avea il grows up with a strong central leader, however in a loud.ape ~ttiag. thal tree tends to grow more out than up bOea~dr,~ it has the ~pace Io grow wider. However, when atfe gn)ws I,his way. it tend, to develop multiple leaders that lead to weak growth ~hat can easily be tavken in stern)s. Learn how to con'ectty Wane a tree when it is young. On Monday. June 19, ~,om 6 to8 p.m Graham Herhst from the Ne~axka Fo~st Service will be at the Gage County Extension Offic~ 10 teach the proper r~d~ods of Fn-aning young trees. The .seminal will cover how ~ se~ pnmmg objeclivvs, determining a prun- ing cycle and do~, strategies for spe- cific trees and how to execute your plan with proper cuts There will also be a hand.on pruning demons~'atiem al the end of the classroom lm.rtioo. Pre-registration is requir~hy June I5. Register with d',e Gage Co~ty Exten- sion Office at 402-223-t 384. Those with additional qu~tions may contact Nicole Smiler at Gage County Exten- sion. (402) 223-1384. or by email al nstoner2@unLedu. cRbns. The N~kolls County Food Bank is a 13-year old t~n-proftt org+mization manned completely with volunteers. The food pantry [a'ovides a vital link in assisting families in filling gaps in nutrititm and personal care items which otlx~ a ssislance prog~ms donolcover, The food pantry served 215 fami- lies comprised of 521 individuals in 2016, Families are provided with four to fi ve boxes of food ~d olher items as well as a $ .25 vo~be~ to be used fm foe& Clients are e|ig ible for assistance every three months. The group works in conjunction with the Giving Tree 1o provide huliday meal boxes. Car*Care-A-Van and the food Pan- f~oedhad set a goal of 4,000 pounds of fez ~is's drive. The generos- ity ofar~ residents was evident when the finn] toll of 10.358 pouads of items had been donated. The dfive ftl~cl the neatly depleted shelves at the pa~try with needed items to continue assisting those in need in Nuckolls County, Highland By lvalee .racobitz Last Tuesday supper guesls of Mr. and Mrs, Run Porter were Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Whitehead, Mr, and Mrs. Deals Way, Mr+ and Mrs. Norben Fleck and Mrs. Dick Wroughton. Mike Follmer. Autumn, Shirley Fc~llmer, Larry /enkens and. Muriel Follmer atlended Me'mohal Day ser- vices argl the lunch at the American Legion following. Callers of Murief Follmer dm'ing +he work were Mr, and Mrs. Dick Brelhout. ivalee Jacohi|z. Trish Rasmus~n, Donna Gill=a, Mrs. Do 71 Jensen and. Marlys Jansen, Dennis Follmer and Muti l had supper at a care Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Cassell met Mr. and Mrs, lemmy Hlavac m Haslings Saturday to celebrate Danielle and Jeeemy's firs| anniversary. Don and Peggy were Sunday supper gttests of Mr, and M.ts, Wayne H~hing a.M family. Harley Beale stayed the weekend with Natalie Jacobitz. Thursday. Ivalee lacohitz called on Term Jacohitz, Evmt and Emily briefly, Mr. and Mrs. Bruoe Jacobitz and Munel Follmer. Saturday. she visited Audeey Sunday and her son, gee, and again SmuJay afternoon. [vale visited lush Jaoobiez Sunday after church, Ma.dys MeCtu~e was home S Lmday alley having knee surgery. Mr.and Mrs. Gary Ostdiek atlended wedding of Melon Jacobilz and Mason Sto~r Saturday at Ha.stings and the reception and da~e at the fairgrounds. Want Io make a h~,g on your July 4 barbecue guests thisyeaf? Serve then] a genuine From:l| d :,iserl, suggegis the hg, a+ciat ion of Mature American Citi- zens. All you'll need is 720 ellS, 3(gl egg yolk. ~ pounds of sugar. 66 pounds o f w I'~- al flottg arg1441) pounds of straw- barnes to replicate the French ~rsion of the strawberry shortcake that re- cenl~y b~)ke the Guinness World Record Five professional pastry chefs used tl-ec~,e ingredi~+nts to bake the lOS-fool long cake for the 25th French Straw- berry Festival, which takes place, nm in France. but in Cedashurg+ Wis Need a back issue of this newspa- per or a current copy of the newspa- perspublishetl at CmmleJ'ld. Belleville, Deshler, Hebron, Red Cloud and Nelson, they are available al The Ex- press office. Mary Ann Meyer attended the Me- mortal Day dinner al the Ruskin Com- nlunity Center ~-st Monday. Helen Gebvrs anended the program. Slave and Diane Gebers attended the wedding reception for Jacohit+, and her fiance at the fair- grounds in Hastings Saturday. Dave and Sherry G~ber~ and Haley attended the outdoor wedding and re- ception for Frankve Pete~,en on, Turin Re.n~,ald al Cambridge Saturday~ Hale', played haskelhall at Hastings C,Ilege with Frankee. Helen Gehers we among sur4"mr guests of Ervin aJtd Helen Lu~marm in D %hler Friday e~niag. Murlene Schleufer, Helen Gebe,rs, Sherry (labors and Diane Gebers at- tended the furaztal and hetped with the dinner following for Gary Wissing Friday morning at Salem Lnt~r~m Church. Vaden and Mary Ann [.aneate sup per with Helen Gebers at Nelson last Wednezday evening and visited in Helen's Imnte following, Mary Ann Meyer. Julia Meyer, Helen Gehers and Dia~ Gebers at- tended the pot tuck dinner following church services al Salem Lutheran Church Sunday, A movie, "'The Ref- ormation," was showing after dinner. Paul and Nancy Tu.rley of Omaha visited Irvin and Mur~ene Schleufer Saturday. They all a~e.rgled the funeral for Shidey Swanson in Superior and visited Jotm ~ad Marsha Ray in the late afternoon. Saturday evening, [rein and Murleae Schleufer attended a 30th wedding an.niversas'y party for Mike and Anne Schlick al Fairfield. THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3A I II ,- - .-,]' '1 . " As pad of 1he 26111 Stamp Out Hurlg~ food drive, Superior p0stat workers picked up food donated by posta~ pallas on Saturday. May 13. The food was taken tO the Nu~ofls County Panlry, Postal work~-s ann food pantry volunteers ShOw off 1he 377,69 pounds ot food which was co[retted. Piclured (from left) are Tv~'n Gebers, Steve Ofdidl+ P~Of ~ i~l~(~l'lt. Roy Alcom, Roger KaStrup and Danny Jackson. RW's hold formal opening ceremony at Davenport ,:, M,m~y, Phyllis ,',k:hmitt at- teqdt~d lilt' Memorial Day ~r'.'icvs at The tibb, n was stretched OUt and intervened. His health pr~c'luded his I:dgar ('emele~%. attd then reel Lola Susie Eking wicldeal the pair of sets+ relurn to farming and Susie had reluc- Bilttdt al Ihe Z egmn Clah fiw droner. sorswhg.h, attheurging oftheDaven- tantly given updnviag. I.:,le~ on. Jcrr). KelI) and London port Fo,andation's presidenl, Jerry Among Susie's many talent~ was a .~t-ht|lRI ;,~=zed Ph~lh~ Bra~,sheu ~,edloseverthenb~ma~t0 passion for cookilag ~ baking, She Rnnda Brt.bat'het and Sondra re,~rktheformalopeningofRW'sCaf,was active with the Thaycr Cotmty P let~on ha)k ~hett mother, Gerry The building which hou-'~d the care Fair and often baked g~,ds for fair Fckles, It) |he Memorial I)a~, d.imer was bast home tu the Base Hit, a bar boardevems.Fnendsandfamihespre- and I'ZUgram at the Rtmknn ~",)nmm. owm.~ and operated by Luci[t Henry. ~ented the suggestion: Why not open a mty Cooler and i hecemmon) al Spring Thehuildingreplacedtheonginal Ba.~ taft. The Base Hit WaLS available+ The Creek Cemetery la~l Monday. Hil which wz~;des|~oyed by fire. HcoO couple have strong ties to Davenfmrt. Donna Giltan attended the Memo. operated the bugim.~s unlil health i~,- It is Kurtis" hon while Susie ig from nat I)ey pn~gram at the Veterans Plata s,u:s can.~d her to shutter Ihe dta+rs, nearby Carteton. After weighing lhe in Nel~m la *d Monday and the dinr~'t The bmMiug remained unu~u~ and prosandcons.Susieagreedto<~penthe at the Legion Club [a the afternoon, ar'q~aredtohead~,~ lfi~rlhesamclateah cafe, Thequeslkmofanamearoseand she joined others for quilting. Last Da~eapoa's grocery stot~, closed and the issue was quickly resolved. "['heir Wedne,~lay, she attew&'d Bible sludy never to rex)pen. IwO so~s are named Reuben W. and and had lunch at the care Thursday Operating a resta~ant was nol at Remington W. So RW's it w~ ,~, she had coffee at the Seni~r the lop pf the EItings wish lisl. Kurtis Kurtis offered to assist in whalever Center, Donna and Tri~ Rasmussen was working as a farmer in 2016. He way he could. The couple consulted visitedMurielFtdlmero~tFriday.Laler, stepped.offagrain trailvrand fell lethe with Henry and, took the plm~ge. They Donna went to Sttperitw. am,and, landing c~ his feet, The la+gl- spent mo~ than a month ctcan i~g and Donna Gitlan. Brenda Lynch, Mary ing crushed two vertebrae in his hack, stocking the restaurant. ]'here wa~ Ellen Culbert~+n and Mary Wheeland He wore a ctam~l~ll Cost Ior months menu planning to he done. permit, to attc,td~ Ihe mslaLlation services for I~11 wa~. ahle to return lo work a ntonlh pro~u.t me, l,the biggest ohgtacle, find- Iheir Paulus. Ivan and Joycc Dean at later. Susie dtt+ve grain trucks but be. ing and n~taining workers. Fairtield late S unday afwmoon. Then gun lO experience health i.g~;ue which RW's held a sob opening on Ja 't, they went to Lawr .nc foe hambmg. would restrict her ability to withsland -7, The menu was liquid and no adver- era. At noon, they had Sunday 6inner the jolting from driving the trucks over rising, other than a window sign and a in Deshte~. rough counUy roads, Facebook Imst, was undertaken+ Much Grandchildren. Olivia and Collie Kurtis was helping a family mere- to theirsmprisethe baikiing wasstand- Cox and Koleman Cox, stayed Thurs- ~r at a farm ,ear Edgar last Novel- ing room only. bef. He was altaeking an anhydrous The couple began serving food day through Sunday with grandpar- ents. Gaylen and Jackie Cox. Paxto~ amrrmnia line to a piece ofequipment shortly thereafter. The menu offers Cox al.~ stayed ~m night with them. when something wenl tvn'ibly wren8, home cooked food, freshly prepared, LolaBtlLoft altend~gl a baby shower His face was sprayed with anhydrous, The putt tenderloin sandwiches are for Julia KroLeingm ot~ Saturday at the An ambulanoe milled Elliot to Mary prepaK'~f using fresh pork. No fro,'~ca community L-Valor I1~ Nel~)n tanning Hospital in Ha-slings, What meat here. "["he chicken fried steak is ~d at first appeared to be a minor also prepared from ~atch, There ave Saturday evening. Phylli.~ Y~hmill was among the crowd attending the i~'i~nt now lhreater~ed io talc his nightly specials. One night is fresh AlfsWellDrillingappreciationsupper life. He was pat on a life flight lo friedchicken,anolberisM~xicannight, in Shickk'% On Sunday, Phyliis, Jaekie Lincoln where doctor's held out little Burger and steak nights are ti:a- Jensen, Dixie Drohman. Jakki hope for hi-~ re~overy. With his wife, rules two so~ts, other family members and The b~akfast n~n, is re=de from Drohman and Gwen Johnsem alte,dt~ friemls, 1be vigil hogan Km'tis fought scratch and includes bi~uits aj~:l ~-avy, a bridal shower for Steele Cmakshanks and he held on. Twk~e tkx:lor's to- 10 inA'amra. movedhisbreathingsupponandtwiee p,m,Monday @trough Thursday, Fri- he was u~ble to breathe without it. dayandSatunlayboursare7a.m, to[ A~ttel~t~oIl, ~r~lt~y' The third atteml~ was Io be the final a.m. The establishmem is closed on aLLeml~ and it was su~ ssful. He Stmday. One inlriguiag special is the V~I~~-! ouldnowbeeatheoakisownbutother Sofa City ]]urger, named for the Vii- AnewcompanyinCali~omia.Am- issues presented themselves. His face late of Davenpua. brosia LLC, is offering WansftL, dons to required cosmetic smgery, His right ~ cafe is awaiting approval from old tiraevs using the blood of yo~ger eye was not funcLitming, He was taken the village to open an outdoor seating men and women at $8,000 a pop 4o to an y specialist. While in the area, complete with picnic tobies, for undo the ra'~ages of aging, r t'~rls the omeaburst, outdoor dining, RW's offers a full- AssociationofldatureAmericaaCili, Kurtis was in excruciating pain and service beverage bar, beer and ~oft zeus. faced losing hit vision in that eye. The drinks, The E|tingg ,are in Davenporl The transf~ions use the blood of eye surgeon was able to locate a re- fo~ the long haul and are overwhelmed individuals25yearsofageard3:, ,:g,:r placement cornea in Da|tas. A suc- with gralilude wilh the support from ar, d ave available to tho~ who are 35 cessfal transplam followed and be re- residents of Davenport and neighbor- mid older. Despite the fact that there is tair~ed his visinn. Hehadwon the battle ing ~xJmmunities, Sofa Cily isnot jusl that the treatments work. f0~ !!.ft. i L', tf hul pray'Ileal mattecs n~+w a place for sitting on the davenport, according to Science Magazine The chickens appear to have encountered problems when they crossed the mad but thal did not deter them from their duties as guide markers for the 48O veh~ of the NRCA Tom ~X~ The 9rot~ was met at t~e Intersection ol Highway 14 ar~ 136 by this inkepid. ~ duo who pointed the wayto Superior,