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8A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, July 3, 2014 Members of the Shuck family rode through the Edgar Fest parade in the fancy red golf cart, Saturday evening. Flatland Enterprises drove this shiny black Peterbilt semi tractor and trailer in the Edgar parade. I Oak By Phyllis Schmitt ii Phyllis Schmitt, Jackie Cox and Georgia Biltoft worked at the Nuckolls County Museum on Monday. Tuesday afternoon, Jackie and Phyllis visited Lola Biltoft. In the evening, Phyllis joined others from the Nelson Rubies for supper. Donna Gillan also attended. Donna Gillanj oined others for quilt- ing on Monday. On Wednesday, she had lunch out. Thursday, she had cof- fee at the Senior Center. Lola Biltoft was in Hastings on Wednesday for a doctor' s appointment. She took Alberta White out for lunch and shopping. On Thursday, Phyllis Schmitt and Verla-Snyder were dinner guests of Francis and Beth Garrison at their home in Bruning. Verla's sister, Dorothy Meyer of Ohiowa, joined them. Donna Gillan and Terri Oltmans were in Hastings Friday on business. They toured the new grocery store while there. Granddaughters, Alayna, Olivia, Ava and Callie Cox stayed Thursday to Saturday with Gaylen and Jackie Cox. Gaylen and Jackie were Saturday night supper guests of Jei'omee Cox and Cheryl Earll. Phil and Gerry Eckles were supper guests of Dick and Carol Eckles and Julia and Emma Merrill Saturday evening. Donna Gillan joined other women for lunch in Superior on Sunday. In the afternoon, they gathered for coffee. The annual Schmitt picnic was held in York on Sunday. This year it was hosted by Gerald and LaVonne Schmitt of Ord. Others in attendance were Shirley Smalley of Kearney, Lee and Linda Lautenschlager of Sutton, Jay and Jean Lautenschlager of Deshler and granddaughters, McKenzie and Hope, Phyllis Schmitt, Dixie and Jun- ior Drohman, Jerry and Kelly Schmitt and Landon of Hebron, Wilma and Insurance A NationwideeCampar Ailied ? can Ip answer that. 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Kent Swartz attended the 4th of July celebration held in Randolph with Ryan, Amy, Rowan and Remy Swartz. The American Legion building in Republic continues to be taken down a little by wind storms and the remainder by man power. Kennan Elliott along with hired hands has begun the clean- ., :: :::' :Cindy Keding, Universal'Worker ?:, i:. : Good Samaritan Society ::" ::;  :: :.:: -:Victorian Legacy i: ...:::::. ..... March Members of the Edgar Community gathered in downtown Edgar Saturday evening after a busy day which included a fun run, community wide garage sales, quilt and bake show, a concert in the park, pie baking contest, water olympics, a barbeque and the evening parade. Above youngsters wave to a familiar face in the parade as they hold their sacks loaded with candy. The antique tractor pull planned for the day was postponed until Sunday, July 27, because the newly reshaped pulling grounds was too wet. up again and soon there will be no elsetakeitover.Jaren, MarilynAurand Follmer, Betty Adamson and Muriel remains of this building which housed and Betty Bouray will take over the Follmer had supper out. Dennis and so many memories. On one Friday task for now. If you need any upcom- Muriel attended a softball game at several gathered at the local cafe for a ing event posted you can leave it at the Hastings. The Gretna girls were play- frontrow seattowatchtheonewallget cafe to be placed in the kiosk, ingandMuriel'sgranddaughter, Grace, tore down but it did not happen until TheRepublicPioneer4-H'erswere pitched in the game. Dennis and Muriel shortly after they all gave up and went in town on Saturday and left eveidence ate lunch with the team. back to work and their daily routines, as the clover in the parkhas a fresh coat Evan and Emily Jacobitz had lunch Kay, Sonny,RyanBrownandDusty of paint and is weeded and looking withtheirgrandmaTuesdayandstayed Robinson attended the wedding of great. Thanks for taking pride in our the afternoon. Ivalee watched Emily Michael Luring this weekend that was community! play ball in the evening and visited held in the Kansas City area. Sharon Sole and Mrs. Beale. Donna Jaren Aurand stayed Tuesday night Highl d with Grandma Helen Aurand in al3. Jensen stopped on her way to work. Matt Kile and Markee Jacobitz were Belleville. By Ivalee Jaeobitz Wednesday evening visitors. Terre Marilyn and Jaren Aurand an- Jacobitz, Evan and Emily were Thurs- nounced that baseball seasonhas come Mrs. Gary Ostdiek was a visitor of day dinner guests and Evan and Emily to an end. Jaren played for the B team Mr. and Mrs. Adam Eickman and stayed the afternoon. Ivalee visited Joe at Pike Valley and they took 5th place Kipten Wednesday until Monday and Mertens and Bob Schiermeyer while in the toumament, helped welcome the new grandson, inSuperiorFridayattheGoodSamari- The City of Republic is gearing up Hudson Patrick. Hadley and Tripp for their 4th of July celebration. Fes- OstdiekvisitedSaturdayafternoonwith tan. Saturday, Ivalee visited Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sole. tivities start in the park with a flag Gary and Bernita. Judy Schroer visited Peggy Cassell raising, followed by games and visit- Monday coffee guests of Muriel Thursday aftemoon. ing, with pot luck meal served. Tickets Follmer were Marlys Jensen and Mrs. Stephanie Jacobitz and Natalie at- will be sold and prizes drawn for. At Darrell Jensen. Tuesday, Murieljoined tended the Flat Water Music Festival dusk the fireworks will be shot off at other Nelson Rubies for supper, near Hastings at Prairie Loft Saturday. the community building (old school MurielhostedacardpartyWednes- Sunday, StephanieandNatalieattended house), day for Dolly Muehlich who will be the Edgerton Explorit Center at Au- Corrine. Brie Little, Dawn Little moving soon to Good Samaritan in rora. Ivalee Jacobitz visited Josh. Journey and Natalee Harcourt have Hastings. Those attending were Donna Stephanie and Natalie in the evening. been in charge of the kiosk by the fire Fishei, Donna Gillan and Janis Ivalee visited Mr. and Mrs. Tom hall. for several years and they have Culbertson. Steward and Sharon Sole Sunday af- decided to step down and let someone Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis temoon. ...... ............. -.:. ::. .. ii .... /::: :%";:? '! ............ '""" ':: :"?:'  ;" //"":' :: " ........... - " " Patty Wilson, RN Charge Nurse " -. : . " Thayer County Relay For Life will be held July 25 The Thayer County Relay For Life will hold its annual event on July 25 at the Thayer Central High School Track in Hebron. The event will start with the opening ceremony at 6 p.m. and end with a closing ceremony at midnight. Survivor check-in is at 5:30 p.m. Relay For Life is a worldwide event of organized community fundraising walks to help the American Cancer Society fight the nation' s biggest health concern -- cancer. Teams of people create "camps" around a track and members of the teams take tums walk- ing around the track. Camps include food, games, and activities to raise money and help to provide entertain- ment and team building in a family- friendly environment with fun for all ages. Relay For Life started in the mid- 1980s in Tacoma, Wash., when Dr. Gordy Klatt, a colorectal surgeon, wanted to enhance the income of his local American Cancer Society. He decided to personally raise money for the fight by doing something he en- joyed running marathons. GoodSamaritan Society -Superior March :, :: .... Housck=pe00 ; :::i :-Superior. :::: ...... I 00rnployees of the Month Good Samaritan 8ociety-Superior is proud to announce its employees of the month:: Good Samaritan Society-Superior is proud to announce its employees of the month for March, April, May and June. We would like to recognize their contributions to our mission and the work they do to serve our residents every day. Or00P Good . _ samaritan SocieE " " 1710 IdahoSt Superior NE 68978 (402) 879-4791