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8A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, June 21,2012 Site preparation for a new basketball and sand volleyball courts in Superior began this week. The courts will be located in Lincoln Park directly south of the existing tennis courts (note the pine trees in the background of this picture which provide a windbreak for the tennis court.) The next phase is pouring the concrete basketball court. Scott Butler, Superior Park Superintendent, hopes to begin the concrete pour today (Thursday),. Oak By Phyllis Schmitt Donna Gillan did quilting last Mon- day. Last Tuesday, she attended the Larry Sather funeral. Thursday morn- ing she had coffee with the other women. Since her granddaughter, Halle Soucie, has been here, Lola Biltoft and her have been rather busy. Last Mon- day night they went to the home of Marilyn Mosier for cards with Theora Lang. Last Tuesday, they were Supe- rior business visitors. Last Wednes- day morning, Marilyn Mosier joined Lola and Halle for coffee or tea. Thurs- day night, Don, Lola and Halle at- tended the all-star volleyball game in Hastings in which Kelsey Biltoft par- ticipated. Lola's daughter, Toni Hynes, of Blair came on Friday and attended the funeral ofHarline Powell with Lola and Halle. One day while Halle was taking swimming lessons, Lola visited at the nursing home with Mary Ann Gunn and stopped to see John Corman. Last Tuesday, Phyllis Schmitt and Verla Snyder attended the funeral for Jarvis Fayle at a funeral home in Hebron and the committal service in Daven- port. In the evening, Jerry, Kelly, Landon and Peyton Schmitt visited his mother, Phyllis Schmitt. Ermalee Scroggin went to York on Thursday and was an overnight guest of Steve and LaRee Eckman and their houseguests, the John Stafford fam- ily. On Friday, Lynae Stafford and Cheryl Green of Clay Center, Neb., went to Milford, Neb., and visited a former classmate, Amy (Young) Miller. Jackie Cox and her sister, Chris DeVore, attended the Harline Poweil funeral in Edgar on Friday. After babysitting great-granddaugh- ter, Molley Drohman, Friday morning, Phyllis Schmitt attended Bible study at the church in Oak with Doris Ahrens, Georgia Biltofl and Jackie Cox also attending. Jackie brought the lunch. Philip Sears of Oklahoma City ar- rived in Oak late Friday night for the week with his grandmother, Verla Snyder. On Saturday, they accompa- nied Francis and Beth Garrison of Bruning to Ohiowa's 125th celebra- tion. On Sunday, Philip, Verla, Phyllis Schmitt and Molley Drohman ate din- ner in Davenport. In the afternoon, Philip and Molley went swimming while Phyllis, Verla and Pauline joined Mildred Melton and went out for ice cream treats. Donna Gillan had lunch with other women in Lawrence, Neb., on Sunday. Lola Biltoft and Halle took Don Biltoft out for Father's Day. They ate dinner in Davenport. In the afternoon, Lola and Halle visited Verda Bussell in Edgar, and that evening, they at- tended the movie, "Madagascar 3." CrowI Tree Tree removal, Trimming and Stump Removal  L'censed A b0 ' I r rlst I " i'll  ' Insured I ,,/} , Reasonable rates .. ., * Free estimates .17 Phone 402-879-3608 Phil and Gerry Eckles ate Father's Day dinner at a Superior cafe. Gerry reported that her son-in-law, Gordon Brubacher, of Lincoln, Neb., husband of Rhonda (Peterson) Brubacher had been in the hospital with a serious blood clot the full length of his leg, but is back home now recovering. Madison Todd, great-niece of Gaylen and Jackie Cox and grand- daughter of Duane and Sandy Fike of Fairfield, has been taken to Children's Hospital in Omaha where she remains in critical condition. She is the 3-week old daughter of Brian and Jackie Todd. Ermalee Scroggin received word on Sunday that Lee Keldsen of Malcolm had died. His wife is Norma (Brown-Ferguson) Keldsen, a former sister-in-law of Ermalee. Nora By Helen Gebers Helen Gebers, Ron and Nancy Hofts, and Dave and Sherry Hofts at- tended the all-star basketball game in which Haley played in at Southeast Community College in Beatrice Satur- day evening. Dave, Sherry and Haley went to Omaha after the game to visit Stacia. Irvin and Murlene Schleufer were among family members who wer e Sun- day dinner guests of Beulah Ray. Sue Williams returned home Fri- day from a visit with Ryan, Sarah and Alexis Eubank at Pratt. She had been there since June7. She helped with the work while Sarah attended an intern- ship to become a nurse practioner, Saturday supper guests of Lance and Katie Williams and family were Roger and Sue Williams and Tyler and Megan Williams and Reagen. They celebrated the first birthday of Steila Williams. Last weekend Lance and Katie Williams and family were weekend guests of her mother, Linda Warrick, and husband, Phil, in Blair. Other guests were Dustin and Robin Hansen, Grace, Emma and Leah, Sioux Falls, S.D., and Terrance and Brooke O'Neill, Omaha. On Saturday they watched the "Gateway to the West Parade" in Blair. Melba Lynch accompanied Soren and Rhea Thomsen to Hastings and Grand Island last Wednesday. They also visited Peggy Kulek and Jeanette Bates and accompanied them to Grand Island. Lyndall and Bonnie Bargen drove to Beatrice Sunday. There they met Andrew and Amy Bargen and David and Tatiana Barlzen, Annelies a, ad M&R Bookkeeping and Tax Service 454 N. Bloom Street P.O. Box 424 Superior, Neb. 68978.402-879-4764 mlbkkeeping @ h0tmail.c0m Marilyn Peterson i i F,SCHER FAMILY DENTISTRY L 1050 Washington, Superior, Neb. Emergency and new patients of ALL ages welcome[ Comprehensive and Cosmetic Dentistry Invisalign and Traditional Braces * Sedation Dentistry Wisdom Teeth Removal TV and Headphones Digital X-rays for Less Radiation Exposure Medicaid Provider for Nebraska and Kansas In Hospital Provider Insurance Filed Financing Available Call now to schedule an appointment JOSEPH FISCHER, D.D.S. 402-879-1355 www.josephfischerdds.com Dawson of Lincoln, Neb., and had lunch at a restaurant. Later in the day they had dessert together before re- turning to their homes. Guide Rock By Sandy Larkey Not much news from Guide Rock this week; apparently nobody's been going anywhere or doing anything. But the really big news is the rain. Wow! What's that old saying about "when it rains, it pours?" Oris that just the Morton Salt slogan? Anyway, it really poured Thursday night. I gotcaught out in it. My quilt guild meets on the second Thursday of eacy month, and that was Thursday. As"acting president" I called the meet- ing to order at 7:04 p.m. in the parking lot of the Church of Christ in Superior, said "There has been a motion to ad- journ, all in favor..." Without objec- tion, all dashed for their cars. Having to drive 20 miles, I didn't make it home before the storm--and boy was it a gullywasher! Our rain gauge Friday morning indicated 2.6 inches. Brandie at Ely' s reports they' re excited about the rain. She had more than 3 inches at her place and a li.ttle bit of hail, "not enough to do any dam- age." She also reported their wheat harvest was about half done. When I asked Lester at CPI "What news?" he said "It rained!" His rain gauge read 2.75 inches. Several miles north of Guide Rock, people were reporting 4.80 inches. Lester is also quite pleased with the wheat harvest so far. Yield is about average and the quality has been good. I speculated that the quality night not be so good after the rain, and he said he was willing to trade every bit of grain deterioration for the rain we had. Congratulations to Danny Shipman on winning the post as county commis- sioner for the Guide Rock area. He is filling Jess Petsch' s place on the board. Seven people were at Wednesday Coffee at the Senior Center. We had a black walnut cake and a wide assort- ment of cookies and brownies, and lots of conversation. We didn't solve any of the world' s ills--but then, we didn't really try. Anyway, good times, good fellowshi p and good food. Join us some time. Since the weather forecast for the next few days indicates a fair chance of rain, the garage project is temporarily in abeyance. Now maybe we'll have a chance to rest our sore, aching muscles. And I can get back to my sewing room! As always, a box at the post office, email (diaspar3@aol.com) or tele- phone phone me (402-257-2037). I'll print everything that's fit to print-- and maybe a few things that aren't. II Olive Hill By Rosemary Hasemeyer ill Hymns sung during the Sunday morning worship service at the Olive Church were "I Need Thee Every Hour," "Faith of Our Fathers," "For the Beauty of the Earth," "Now Thank We All Our God" and "God be with You" with Gloria Schlaefli accompa- nying the congregation on the piano Linda Hutchinson was song leader. Ushers were Bill Blauvelt and Paul Hutchinson. Gayla Boyles, Hastings called by telephone to wish Gerald Boyles a "Happy Father's Day." Matt, Melissa, Harley and Wyatt Schuster were Father's Day lunch guests in the home of Monte Bean near Beloit. Later in the day, they all visited with Lois Bean, Beloit. Lois is Melissa's grandmother. Allison Thompson retumed to her home after a few days in the home of Georgia, Larry, Laren and Landan Fear, Sutherland. Loma Wilton had Father' s Day din- ner with her husband, Harold, at the Superior Good Samaritan Center. Anya Thompson, Manhattan, and Hallie Strnad, Superior, were weekend guests of Darren, Jessica and Allison Thompson. Saturday noon, Justin, Meggie, Isabel and Rylan McCutcheon, Guide Rock, brought dinner to the home of Terry and Janice McCutcheon in ob- servance of Father' s Day. Other guests joining them were Lorna Wilton, Kenny and Joyce Reed, Arizona, Adams Land Title Company Title Insurance Abstracting 1031 Exchanges, Escrow Closing Residential--Commercial--Agricultural 422 N. Hastings Ave., Ste 102, Hastings, Neb., 68901 Phone: 402-463-41980 Evening Hrs: 402-756-7087 Email: adamslt @windstream.net Website: www.amsltcom SEASONAL A.C.Checkups Hours: Monday - Friday, 9 a.m.-noon and 1-5:30 p.m. Saturday, 9 a.m.-noon Scott TV & Appliance 341 N. Central, Superior, Neb. 402-879-3501 Time is Running Out! RETIREMENT SALE Fall & Holiday Decor 75% OFF Everyday Inventory OFF SHOP WILL BE CLOSING SATURDAY, JULY 21 We will also be closed Wednesday, July 4, Saturday, July 7 and Wednesday, July 11 0000tCo00onwood Cottage Gifts i 0 er the river-One mile south of Superior on Hwy. 14 & one mile west on the south side of the road Foods JAN JENSEN, OWNER Gift Baskets BUSINESS: 402-879-4440 HOME: 402-879-4906 . HOURS: WEDNESDAY THROUGH FRIDAY, 11 A.M. To 5:30 V.M.; SATURDAY, 10 A.M. TO 4 P.M. Shane, Steph and Colton McCutcheon, Chad, Krystal, Preston and Jazmyn Wulf, Guide Rock. Jerry, Kennedy, Kerrigan and Kannon Cool, York, were houseguests, this past week, of Twila Cool. Jerry helped Kenneth and Matt Schuster with the wheat harvest. Michelle Cool came for the weekend with her family and Twila. Father's Day supper guests in the home of Robert, Alaina, Lyndsay, Katelyn, Ashlyn and Jordan Brown were Bentley and Karen Parker, Re- public, Bob Brown, Wehber, Mike, Katherine, Nathan and Kaylee Larsen, Scandia. Ruth and Lale Oellerich, Daven- port, were Sunday afternoon visitors in the home ofDarren, Jessica and Allison Thompson and their weekend guests, Anya Thompson and Hallie Stmad. Walker Cool, Superior, accompa- nied Jerry, Michelle, Kennedy, Ker- rigan and Kannon Cool to their home at York, Sunday evening. Callers in the past week at the home of Gerald and Jacqueline Boyles were Dave and Glenna Reling, Cawker City, Dusty May, Superior, Gloria Schlaefli, Ionia, Sherry Hasemeyer, Oakley Ward and her horse, Stormey. Bruce and Rose Marie Chapman went to Grand Island Saturday morn- ing where they were guests in the home of Larry and Virginia Korbelik. The Chapmans stayed overmght and re- turned home Sunday. God answered our prayers and brought rain with reports from 1.70 to 4.25 inches. Callers the past week at the Hasemeyer home were Sam Willett, Superior, Carl Collins, Burr Oak, Me- lissa, Miranda andTye Ward and Lacey Ward, Lincoln, Neb. McXtensions By Darci McGee, UNL Extension Bagworm Control It's that time of year again, which you have been nervously anticipating-- dealing with that insect pest called the bagworm. Bagworms are hatching, so now is the time to monitor for their presence on different e,ergreen trees and shrubs. So, what can you use to minimize the damage caused by bagworm caterpil- tars? If present, apply insecticides. A number of insecticides labeled for control or suppression ofbagworms include acephate (Orthene), Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. Kurstaki (Dipel, Thuricide), cyfluthrin (Tempo), trichlo- rfon (Dylox), indoxacarb (Provaunt), chlorantraniliprole (Acelepryn), and spinosad (Conserve). Some of these active ingredients are often available and sold under different trade names. Furthermore, several of these mate- rials may not be available to homeowners. Insecticide applications are most effective on the young cater- pillars. Older caterpillars in the bags may be 3/4 inch long and are more difficult to control or obtain sufficient mortality. Females tend to feed less as they prepare for reproduction, which reduces their susceptibility to insecti- cide sprays and any residues. The bacterium Bacillus thurin- giensis is highly active on young cater- pillars; however, the rhaterial must be ingested to be effective, so thorough coverage of all plant parts is essential. Spinosad (Conserve) works by contact and ingestion, and is extremely effec- tive in suppressing bagworm popula- tions. Cyfluthrin (Tempo), trichlorfon (Dylox), and indoxacarb (Provaunt) are typically used against the larger caterpillars. Again, thorough coverage of all plant parts is essential, especially the tops of trees and shrubs, where bagworms commonly initiate feeding. Highland By IvaLee Jacobitz i Peggy Cassell, Lynette Grueber, Sally Frahm, Laura Karmazin and Jeanette Wolfe met at the coffee shop Saturday morning for visiting. Jeanette visited Ivalee Jacobitz before return- ing home. Mrs. John Jensen had lunch with Donna Christensen at Superior Satur- day. Sunday, Donna was a dinner guest of Muriel Follmer and Ivalee Jacobitz to celebrate her upcoming birthday at Hardy. Muriel Follmer, Mrs. John Jensen and Ivalee Jacobitz visited friends, June Persinger, Roy Blauvelt ?.i'!.- and Lyle Sorensen, at Bmstone Hospi,-):! . :: tat Sunday afternoon. ..... Mrs. John Jensen was at Hastings/ last Wednesday night to attend the Nazarene district assembly. Some of the women had supper out. Jacob Jacobitz was a Monday morn- ing guest of his grandma and helped with some projects. Mrs. John Jensen accompanied Ivalee to Hastings Thurs- day to visit Maxine Keirn, her daugh- ter, Mary A., and granddaughter, Christy. Word was received Saturday reported Maxine died that morning. Her graveside service was held Tues- day Ivalee and Donna called on Jeanette Wolfe at the Good Samaritan Village where she works. Mr. and Mrs. Don Cassell visited Mr. and Mrs. Scott Clements and fam- ily at Martell Saturday afternoon and evening. Last Wednesday visitors of Muriel Follmer were Ed and Bob Heinz. Thursday, Brenda Awsiekiewicz of Omaha came for a long weekend with her mother and family. Brenda ac- companied Muriel' Mr. and Mrs. George Jensen, and Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Jensen on the sisters' outing Friday. They ate lunch in Hastings and attended a gospel music concert at the Good Samaritan Village:- Satur- day, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Follmer and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Follmer joined Brenda and Muriel for a cook-out. Brenda returned home Sunday morn- ing. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Becker visited Mr. and Mrs. Eldrick Grummert Thurs- day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Porter were in Lincoln, Neb., Saturday to visit with Pam McDermott and Addy. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Porter's Father's Day guests for a wiener roast were Mr, and Mrs. Don Cassell, Drew and Danielle, Mr. and Mrs. Doug Porter, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Porter and Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hoelting and boys. Jaycee Jacobitz visited friends at Benkleman over the weekend and spent time with Nick Jacobitz. i' Ward Aurand (left), Don Betten and Bernard Betten provided equipment and expertise for a vintage wheat harvest demonstration north of Oak, Thursday. A 1950s John Deere 5A combine was pulled by a vintage 1958 John Deere tractor. The harvested wheat was loaded into a period flare box wagon Becom!ng a Life and Investment Specialist with Farm Bureau Financial Services combines the strength and stability of a multiline organization with the freedom to focus on life and investment sales. 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