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2A THE _SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, Jun 26,2014 The SuperiorFFA Chapter will host a recycling event Thursday, July 3, at the Superior High School south park- ing lot at 8 a.m. to noon. Members will be accepting aluminum and newsprint. Brock land Stephanie Emery and daughters, Maddi, Myla and Malayna of Minden Were guests of their grand- parents, Leo and Betty Zadina, during the weekend at the Zadinas' Lovewell Lake home. They arrived Friday and returned home late Sunday evening. They reported beautiful weather and said they were ha the water much of the time. Tanner Johnson has been named president of the Swedish-American State Bank at Courtland. Previously his great-grandfather, Chris Green, grandfather, Heb Johnson and Michael Johnson, Served as bank president. With the death of his grandfather, his father became~ chairman of the board. He remains activein the bank. Tanner is a 1999 graduate of the University of Oklahoma. He operated a website development company be- fore joining the bank in 2011. Three Stained glass windows re- cently added to the Courtland Cov- enant Church were dedicated Sunday. The wind0ws were designed by Naomi Uilom and manufactured by AI Henrion. Both are professors at Cen- tral College, McPherson. Sutton Dugout Days begin Friday. Republic County Commissioners officially opened a new bridge west of Belleville on 23rd Street. Candidates sought for FSA committee The Red Cloud Lions Club donated ~the proceeds from their pancake feed to the Elm Street Center in Red Cloud. 'The event raised $750 for the organi- zation. i The Izaak Walton kid fishing con- test at Deshler attracted 119 entrants. The United States Department of Labor of Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) levied fines against Bioiberica Nebraska Inc. of Geneva in the amount of $101,200 and placed the company in the Severe Violator Enforcement Program. A reliever motor vehicle accident at the intersection of Highway 6 and U.S. 81 sent three people to the hospi- tal with minor injuries. All the occu- pants, including an infant, were wear- ing seat belts and the infant was prop- erly secured in her car seat and was unhurt. Bruce McDowell, owner of McDowell Auction Services, Trumbull, was honored as "Auction- eer of the Year" during the 66th annual Nebraska Auctioneers Convention held in Norfolk. Nora By Helen Gebers Steve and Diane Gebers attended a wedding in Gretna Saturday where Jamie was a bridesmaid. They also attended the reception in Omaha. Last Wednesday, Helen Gebers, Diane Gebers and Murlene Schleufer attended the general meeting at Salem Lutheran Church. Alfred Hanson, Kathy Boyles and Mattison Sullivan gave a program about their trip to Spain last year with Superior High School students. Sherry Gebers and Nancy Hefts Nuckolls County farmers are being visited Stacia Gebers in Omaha Thurs- asked to submit nominations for the day through Sunday and helped her County Farm Service Agency Com- move to a different apartment. Helen Gebers attended the Ruskin Legion and Auxiliary supper at the Ruskin cafe last Monday evening. Their Boys State representative, Laithan Brown, gave his report of the week in Lincoln at the event. Irvin and Murlene Schleufer at- tended a reception for Jim Harvey for his 90th birthday Sunday afternoon at mittee. The nominations must be sub- mitted by Aug. 1. A public meeting has been sched- uled for 10 a.m. July 17 in the Nuckolls County FSA office to review the com- mittee structure and election process. A position will be open in the area which includes Alban, Higland, Nelson, Nora, St. Stephens and Victor Hardy Dragon Days opened with a "Fun Run" early Saturday morning. Above, members of the Monty Dahl family register for the event. Pictured (from left) are Heather, Collin, EIly, Colin and Jony Dahl, Tim Bleach (background), Luke Miller- organizer, Brandon Blair, Rockville, Maryland, and Marge Blair. category through the Nebraska De- partment of Economic Development (DED). Additional support comes from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and federal his- toric tax credits are also being pursued for the project. The entire project is estimated to cost $6,700,000 and the foundation is in the midst of a fundraising campaign to raise the balance needed. "Our next challenge is to raise the balance re- Cather Foundation's $6. 7 million project moving forward Births (CDBG) in the tourism development veloped and built in 1886 by John W. Moon, a real estate investor and Michi- gan state senator who would go on to become acongressman. Built just three years after Cather and her family moved to the area, the Moon Block became a Red Cloud landmark and symbol of the town' s promise. The "Moon Block" was home to numerous offices and retail businesses, and Cather would eventually weave it into her novels and short stories. "Soon it will enjoy a bright new life as the National Willa quired of $915,129 by Spring 2015 in Cather Center -- a world-class venue order to let bids and enter the construe- that will celebrate Cather's life and tion phase in the secure knowledge legacy," noted Olson. that all necessary project funds have While the building' s focus will be a been pledged," said Olson. '"~Ve are museum, archive, and collection space eager to begin a preliminary phase of for public visitation, the restoration construction this fall, but want to be will also provide a greatly enhanced certain all financing is in place before base of operations for the Willa Cather we authorize the formal phase of con- Foundationthroughanexpandedbook- struction next year." store, art gallery, and backstage facili- The National Willa Cather Center ties for the adjacent Red Cloud House will be located within the restored Opera House. Other elements of the The Willa Cather Foundation an- nounced it has raised $5,784,871 in gifts and pledges to establish the Na- tional Willa Cather Center in Red Cloud, fulfilling a challenge grant dead- line of June 30 from the Peter Kiewit Foundation of Omaha, as well as meet- ing a grant requirement of the Robert B. Daugherty Foundation. "We are grateful to the Peter Kiewit Foundation and Robert B. Daugherty Foundation, as well as more than 170 other foundations and individuals who have invested in this project and al- lowed us to meet these challenges," said Ashley Olson, executive director of the foundation. "This endeavor has been met with enthusiasm from sev- eral comers of the globe, and we are proud to have committed partners all across the country. Once complete, the Center will become a great Nebraska destination and provide an incredible tribute to one of America's greatest authors." townships, his home in Superior. The National Willa Cather Center "Moon Block" building in the center projectincludemain-streetretailspaces ~1 project also received a $300,000 Com- of Red Cloud's Main Street Historic for commercial businesses and loft .... apartments for visitors who come from ............. across the globe to experience the world that Cather memorialized in her many works. The Willa Cather Foundation, a 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit foundation was founded in 1955. In partnership with the Nebraska State Historical Society, the foundation oversees and provides tours of the largest cotlection of na- tionally designated historic sites dedi- cated to a single American author. Owned by Southern Nebraska Arts Council Friday, Saturday, Sunday - June 27, 28, 29 Draft Day Show Time 4 p.m. Running time: 1 hr. 50 min. On the day of the NFL draft, general manager, Sonny Weaver has the opportunity to save football in Cleveland when he trades for the number one pick. Starring: Kevin Costner and Jennifer Garner. SPECIAL SHOWING THURSDAY JONE 26 * 9 P.M. . . Age of Extract,on Show Time 7 p.m. Running time: 2 hr. 45 rain. An automobile mechanic and his daughter make a discovery that brings down the Autobots and Decepticons - and a paranoid gevemment official- on them. Starring: Mark Wahlberg, Nicola Peltz and John Goodman. I-gg ' Superior l xlDre ss 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 pictaares for publication in this newspaper. Please submit only information and I pictures for which you have the right to permit the newspaper to use and publish. All submissions require the 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: Selected portions of the newspaper available on the web at superiorne.eom Postmaster." Send address changes to: The Superior Express PO Box 408, Superior, Nebraska 68978 Friday, June 27 9 p.m. - 1 a.m. No Minors IDs checked No Cover Charge 133 W. 3rd, Superior, Neb. 402-879-4093 Everyone is Invited to Edgar Fest 2014 Saturday, June 28 Edgar, NE 8 a.m. 5K Run/Walk/Jog Starts--East Side Of City Hall Check-in/Registration begins at 7 a.m. West Side City Hall - 601 5th (To pre-register, call Abby Schendt, 402-224-3097, or EdgarRail roadRun @ 7:30-10 a.m. Free Frozen Fruit Cups at City Hall (Provided by the Mary Lanning Hospital Edgar Medical Clinic) 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Garage Sales Community-Wide (map at Grocery Store) (To get your garage sale on the map, call Pam Maynard, 402-224-0096 by June 25) 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Quilt Show/Bake & Craft Sale-Church of the Plains 11a.m. Antique Tractor Pull Begins- (1 block so. of RR) Registration Begins at 9:00---Lions Club Concessions 1:30 p.m. Kids Bike Event (meet at old school bell tower) 2-3 p.m. Country Concert-Sugden Park on Main St. Featuring Dillon Cowing, Contact KCGW for info. 402-519-5249 2:30 p.m. Pie Baking Contest (on Main St. by KCGW Radio Station) (lst,2nd,3rd place winners-Register by 2 pm-402-519-5249 for info) 3:30 p.m. Water Olympics at Edgar Swimming Pool 5:30-7 p.m. Beef Pit Bar-B-Q & Raffle at the Fire Hall (Served by the Edgar Volunteer Fire & Rescue Department) 5:30 p.m. "Little Tuggers" Tractor Pull at Fire Hall Co-Sponsored by Guide Rock State Bank - Member FDIC 8 p.m. Main Street Parade (All Entries Welcome - Assemble at 7:45 school bell tower) 8:45-9:45 p.m. Ten Games of Bingo at the new Legion Hall Sponsored by the Edgar American Legion Post #248 Auxiliary At Dark - Fireworks at the Fire Hall After Fireworks - Night-time Swim at the Edgar Pool Telephone: 402-879-3291 FAX: 402-879-3463 Tyson and Erika Stichka of Boise, Idaho, announce the birth of a son, Landon Scott, born April 10. He weighed eight pounds, seven ounces and was 20 inches long. Also welcoming him home is his big sister, Hannah. Grand- parents are Brian and Wendy Lim- ing of Boise, Idaho, and Michael and Connie Stichka of Ruskin. Great- grandparents are Arnold and Marian Anderson and May Liming, all of Bellevue, Wash., Emil and Geraldine Stichka of Ruskin, and the late Alvin and Rhodabelle Lowery. Schroer on honor lists at Texas Tech Kaci Schroer was named to the deans' and president's lists for the spring 2014 semester at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas. She earned a perfect 4.0 grade point aver- age for the semester. Kaci is the daughter of Lavem and Kelly Schroer of rural Nelson. Twin daughters were born to Justin and Cortney Ray of Lincoln, Neb., and were welcomed home by sister, Madi- son, 2. Payten Avery and Morgan Abigail were born May 26, weighing 4 lbs. 11 oz., and 4 ibs. 15 oz. Grandparents are John and Marsha Ray of Superior, and Kent and Sue Antes, of Syracuse. "How little do they see what is, who flame their hasty judgments upon that which seems." Robert Southey S Friday Evening Wings and Chicken Bacon Ranch Pizza Starting at 5 p.m. Saturday Evening Amber Beer Battered Cod, Crab Cakes and Fries Starting at 5 p.m. Also serving items off the regular menu LOVEWELL MARINA 785 753-4351 GRILL Come Celebrate the Fourth of July Weekend With Us m ing Saturday, July Noon - 9 p.m. Serving uso Pulled Pork Sandwiches Let us help 217 N Central Ave , yOU stay cool Superior, Nsb. ' this summer 402-879-351t eFlOf Besuretolike -1, o-- us on Facebook S 26 14 Free Ice With The Purchase of Beer and Spirits I I Vestey Senior Meals Program June 30 to July 4 Monday: Lemon baked fish, pota- toes and herbs, coleslaw, yogurt fruit cup. Tuesday: Chef salad, mixed fruit, cookie. Wednesday: Herbed pork loin, mash potatoes with pork gravy, three bean salad, carrots, apricots. Thursday: Grilled hamburger, po- tato salad, cucumber salad, water- melon, sherbet. Friday: CLOSED. Holiday. [ Repubhc By Betty Bouray Andy and Shay Evert attended the Shadduck family reunion held at Lovewell Lake. Shay reported one son, Waylan, turned six months and an- other son, Montana Collins, attended 4-H camp in Rock Springs. Brenan Telford, Paden Johnston, Jaren Aurand, Riley Stenson, Peter Newman, youths from this area, played baseball Thursday in Courtland. Their season is nearly done. Several from the area attended the game ..... i Greg and Donna Diamond were ' i i Saturday brunch guests in the home of - Bryan and Carolyn Simms. Greg and . " Donna have recently moved to their new location near Tyler, Texas, to be near their son and his family.They will be greatly missed in the Webber area, Jaren Aurand attended the Concordia NCK horse show on Sun- day placing 1 st in western pleasure and 2nd in horsemanship. Betty Bouray called on her parents, Robert and Arlene Ahrens. While vis-' iting she met up with friend, Suzy Benignus, for a long visit with her as well. On Thursday Betty worked the food stand in Courtland as they played the Belleville team. She visited with several friends and neighbors. " Jaren Aurand attended the College " World Series in Omaha with others from the Pike Valley Panther ball team. They only saw one inning and got soaked, but they did get to attend fan fest. The City of Republic hosted the city-wide garage sales on Saturday with nine families participating. Several bar- gains were found around town. Not a Brzon was to be found this weekend as they celebrated the wed- ding of Charles and Kayla Brzon Hewer held in Overland Park. Betty Bouray called on Alyce Suhr, " Heather, Thad Fuller, Corrine and Dawn Little, Mike Charles, Lynn and Lori Stenson and Ron Gaspar as she closed her garage sale and went shop- ping at other sales around town. She never made it out to Sarah Kunc' s sale, where bargains were found by many: Kent, Betty, Klay and Dillon Bouray had supper at the Lovewell Marina on - Friday. Winner at burger night this week is Andy Evert. Karen Brown was honored this weekend at a bridal shower brunch in Scandia. Sister, Miranda, and brother- in-law, Adam, were home for the shower. Heather, Thaddaeous and KiKi Fuller prepared all week for their ga- rage sale held on Friday and Saturday. It i's a little quieter on the east end of town at the Kussman house as Jen's brother' s four children went home af- ter a long visit with their aunt and uncle. Full Service Yarn & Gift Shop Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday: 10 a.r~ to 5 p.r~ Thursday: 10 a.r~ t0 8 p.~ o SaturdaF 10 a.nt. 2 I~r~ CLOSED SUNDAY & MONDAY 336 N. Central, Superior, Neb. l Thursday, 3-7 p.m. UYI I SaturdaY W l I lo a.m pm. I I Nifty-Thrift~'l' Sng!'P. 410 1/2 N Central . Superior,:Neb. / I ,.I The Express Policy The Express will publish eh- gagement announcements, wed- ding photographs and accompa- nying information without charge. Wedding pictures should be pub- lished soon after the marriage cer- emony Dates will be omitted if more than six weeks after the wed- ding. Although The Express does not charge for publishing the pictures and stories, they reserve the right to give space preference to couples who purchase their wedding invi- tations, programs and other sup- plies from The Express. Anniversary pictures are pub- lished with a report after the obser- vance. Pictures may be included in an invitation display ad near the bottom of the page. There is a 15-cent per word charge for inclu- sion in the "You're Invited" col- umia on page 3. Information received in writ- ing by 4 p.m., Monday, is given preference for inclusion in that week's paper. The Express reserves the right to edit and condense all copy submitted.