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4A 8U?EF;{IO'R EXPRESS Thursday, June 30,2011 Rachel Reinke, Edgar, was one of several young pianist who played at the Hope Pregnancy Center talent show, Sunday. She played "QId Susannah" while Clara Kachanes played the violin. , During the HopePregnancy talent show, Beverly Beavers impersonated Lady Vestey's first public piano sole. Later, she demonstrated the art of playing bones. Above, she is seated by John Keelan, Brodstone Memorial Hospital administrator. The hospital is nasmed after Lady Vestey (Evelyn Brodstone.) .- --- i A11Food 30% OFF - WEDNESDAY TIIROUGH SATURDAY JUNE 29 THROUaH JULY 2 INCLUDING I7INIWILLOW CHEESE BALLS d DIPS AND IAUmE'S KITCHEN DIPS POR JULY 4 GATI-mRINGS (Pies Excluded) Cottonwood Cottage 3393 Rd. B, Superior, Neb. Foods Over the river...One mile south of Superior on Hwy. 14 , Gift Baskets & one mile west on the south side of the road SUMMER HOURS: WEDNESDAY-FRIDAY FROM 11 A.M,-5'0 I,M. Z SATURDAY FROM 10 A.M.-3 P.M. JAN JENSEN, OWNER ' BUSINESS: 402-879-4440, HOME: 402-879-4906 a is, par o $ O0 5 gallon 4 th of J uly rebate ,PAINT& PRIMER in one product June 29-July 6 Receive a consumer mail-in rebate on all ValspaP Medallion interior and exterior paint and primers, and llan Kitchen & Bath and Wall & Trim paint. $50 limit See rebate form for details. ) 155 N. Central, Superior, NE 68978 402-879-3296 E-maih or Hday-Fdday, 7:30  _ a.rn.-5:30 p.m., Saturday, 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m. ,,Chelsey Greene Jewell and Beth Menhusen, Mankato portraytwo friends in Cooking Chaos: at the Hope pregnancy center ta ent show, Sunday. Jeff Tumbh sloppy joes at the Hope Pregancy Center talent show and func raiser, Sunday. OPEN MONDAY, JULY 4 1 to 4 p.m. .... Hours: Thursday I to 5 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday 1 to 5 p.m. FRONT PORCH ANTIQUES 132 E. 3rd, Superior, Neb. 402-879.5567 July Clearance Loo k for savings of 200050%Off, Select iems throughout the store C Wood Ab I Carnie Kroegel Owner i july Clearance ---STORE WIDE--- 25% off trson Windchimes Art Stone Statues Wick Candles & Diffusers Plush Animals dallah Bagged Candy Greeting Cards ;ilk Floral Arrangements Gift Items (Excludes Fresh Flowers & Live Plants) Summer Hours in July I Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. F Saturday: 9 a.m. to I p.m. Main Street Floral 305 N. Central, Superior, Neb. 68978. (402) 879-8444 i i Summer Sales Sizzle 1/4 off SPRING & SUMMER CLOTHING Super Sale Racks t/2 off marked sale price! Starts Thursday, June 30 Dry eleaniJ lg drop off and pickup for Liberty Cleaners will be at Carmen's Faday, lu@ I@Oa00me00 I K"" Home of the perfect fit" [ " 352 N. Central - Superior, Neb. - 402-879-372! Orlyn Renz (left) and Verlene Watson both assisted with food service at the Hope Pregnancy Center talent show, Sun, d ay=,o .......................... Hope Pregnancy Ivan Miller (not pictured) harmo- nized with Bob Watson. Webber, as Watson played the harmonica at the Hope Pregnancy Center talent show, Sunday. .)! !i!i Marco EIbo (above) and Ty Rempe played their guitars and sang "Fast Car" at the Hope Pregnancy Center talent show, Sunday. .... r, .  U t_.upDoaro 324 N. Central, Superior, Neb., 68978 879-5640 Center Talent Shove  held Sunday The Hope Pregnancy Center Pork Meal and Talent Show was held at the Church of Christ in Superior on Sun- day. The program consisted of more than 20 participants for more than two hours of entertainment. Janice Reinke welcomed the do- nors and all those performing. She introduced the board members, the vol- unteers and the master of ceremonies, John Keelan. Board member, Jim Stark offered prayer and the show began soon thereafter, Stephanie Thayer, Nora, opened the performances by singing, followed lYy Lady Vestey  s (imperson- ated by Beverly Beavers) first public pmno solo. Tnsha Hayes sang Mm by Taylor Swift - what a big voice for such a young lady. Her sister, Emily, not to be out done. accompanied her- self on the piano as she sang "You Raise Me Up." Both girls are daugh- ters of Todd and Missy Hayes. James Sumpter and Ivan Miller ac- companied themselves on the guitar. Later Ivan harmonized with Bob Watson on" the harmonica, to "In the Garden," and:accompanied his nieces, Brooklyn and Mallory Grabast. Pia- nists, Kendra Schiermeyer, daughter of Kelly and Allen Schiermeyer of Nelson, played "Mine" and Rachel Reinke, daughter of Stan and Mary Reinke of Edgar, "played "O. Susannah," while Clara Kachanes played the violin. Marco Elbo and Ty Rempe teamed up on their guitars and sang "Fast Car" by Tracy Chapman. Sprinkled through out the program were award-winning theatrical perfor- mances by Kevin Garman, son of Vickie Garman and Dan Garman and Allison Thompson, daughter of Jes- sica and Darrin Thompson, a spoof on the Three Little Pigs and the Big Bad Wolf. Allison Hawley, daughter of Lane and Anna Hawley, acted out as a misunderstood teen. And Chelsey Greene from Jewell and Beth Menhusen from Mankato portrayed two friends in "Cooking Chaos." In closing, Bev Beavers demon- strated the art of playing the bones, Donna Christenson relayed enthusi- asm with a Christian song, and Lori Corman shared the art of humorous storytelling about her experiences as a parent. $enior Citizens Sales... WHAT A iUPERIOR IDEAl Friday, July I /o, For hot deals on quality merchandise and personalized service stop in at every Ideal Mark(.,t Every 1st Friday of the month. Senior Savings FINALLY! being over 55 good thing A Month of Savings Superior Pharmacy ,12 days of Chratmas in July Savings Friday, July 1 through Tuesday, July 12 Daily specials on Christmas items. Boss is Gone Sale Monday, July 11 through Saturday, July 16 All Webkinz Buy One get One 1/Z Price July Clearance Monday, July 18 through Saturday, July 30 @ Hea)h Mart. Superior Pharmacy All Month * 50% off sldally marked frames, handbags and Highkmd 6r,ohics 348 N. Central St., e .... .,uperiur, ,,,u. 68978 402-879-4234 Proceeds from the benefit will go towards the programs that parents par- ticipate in at Hope Pregnancy Center. The "Earn While You Learn" program allows moms and dads to imprbve their relational and financial skills within their families. By completin lessons they are able to earn needed tems for their children. All parents rgardless of their circumstances, residence, age or marital status are welcome. t Tips for controlling pinkeye in cattle By Darci McGeel Extension Educator Pinkeye is a highly contagious in- fectious disease affecting te eyes of cattle. The name describes te redness and inflammation of the lifting of the eyelid and eyeball, an early ign of the disease. This common disease can vary in its se'erity from year to year. Although pinkeye rarelylcauses the death of affected cattle; it Ican cause substantial losses to the cattle industry through decreased weight ain, low- ered milk production and treatment costs. Pinkeye is known to Occur at all seasons of the year and in all breeds of cattle. Excessive weeping 'of the af- fected eye and closure due to pain are the two signs most commonly ob- served. As the disease progresses, the cornea becomes cloudy or white. An ulcer frequently develops n{ ar the cen- ter of the cornea. Blood ve sels often extend into the cornea front the white of the eye as the healing processes begin. Cattle with pinkex keep the affected eye or eyes closeff ' because of pain and to avoid bright su thght. The course of the infection may "un for 4 to 8 weeks, or even longer. As theeyebegins to heal white scar tissue infiltrates the corne. In most Ceases this scar will graduall,, disappear as healing progresses and Asion will be restored. However, m severely af- fected eyes, a white scar often persists and interferes with vision. Pin{eye is primarily #aused by Moraxella bovis (M'. bovis) however veterinarians have also found that Mycoplasma bovoculi anc IBR virus are capable of causing an ee infection resembling pinkeye. Other I factors in- strumental in causing eyd irritation. thereby allowing for invasion of M. bovis and subsequent disease, are ex- cessive ultraviolet light (sunlight), the face fly, the house fly, the stable fly, plant material and dust. Plant material such as cool and warm season grasses, hybrid Sudan grass and other forage sorghums, weeds and brush produce air-borne irritants, pollen and chaff, as well as serve as mechani@l irritants. When animals eat out th middle of round bales, leaving a ha3) shelf over their heads, the incidence of foreign body irritation s greatly iqcreased. Vitamin A deficiencyl and inad- equate protein intake m be other factors that possibly contribute to less- ened resistance to eye infections. Vita- min A deficiency results in excessive watering of the eye, night blindness, and may cause cloudiness' of the cor- nea in severe cases, giving I the eyeball a dry, lusterless appearand, e. Pinkeye is caused by a c#mbination of factors. Dry, dusty environmental conditions or wet, warm environmen- tal conditions play a role. I wet, warm conditions such as many parts of Ne- braska experienced this year can lead to overgrowth of pastures. The taller grass and seedheads can damage the eyes. The wet, warm conditions also lead to heavier fly poptlations that !rritate th e eyes and spreaa the organ- isms. A good control prograr should in- corp&ate procedures to reduce initial eye irritation. An intensive fly control program is essential to limit the spread of pinkeye in a herd of cattle. Cattle often have grass or weed seeds in their eyes, and these materials no doubt irri- tate the eye and contribute to the devel- opment of pinkeye. Cattle with pink- Continued to page 7 -- = 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 Sterlixsg Picnic July 8, 9 & 10 Friday 7 pro. Pasture Blaze 5K Run/1 Mile Run/V FREE Movie on the lawn Saturday & Sunday Men's Slow Pitch Softball Co-ed Sand Volleyball To Saturday 8-2:30 Car Show, 1:30 [ Tuggers Tractor Pull, 4 p.rr Calliope Clowns, Firema BBQ, Ice Cream & Pie. K Barrel & Pony Rides, Bingo, I 9 p.m.. 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