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2A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, July 14, 2011 I I " Area Happenings i i Katen Wilcox, Minneapolis, Minn., and Mike, Kyla and Justin Nobles, Indian Trail, N.C. visited Myron Wilcox last week. Carlie Sharek, Sewickley, Pa., is here for a visit with her family. Bonnie Pedersen, Shane and Amber Pedersen met her in Lincoln, Neb., Thursday and were guests of Pat Etherton and family there for swimmingand supper. En route home they visited Dan, Nancy and Matt Pedersen, Benedict. Visitors of Esther Wilton Sunday were Leonard and Evelyn Wortman, Beatrice, Dee Fullerton and Marvin Boehlke, Hastings. Mary Ann Bates, Jim ad Cindy Bates, Alicea Gentrey and Kaylee Mohler attended the wedding of Alexica Bates and Jim Klemish in Sioux City, Saturday afternoon. Also attend- ing were Kenneth and Helen Buckles, Davenport and Tom and Deb Ostdiek and Tracy, Superior. Dean and Maxine Hall's guests last week were their niece and nephew, Muriel and Harvey Meade, Alberton, Mont. Attending a suprise birthday party for Muriel, Friday evening, were Jacky and Rick Albertson and Perry, Tisha and Paden Johnston, Republic; Sandy and Kendal, Nelson; Jared and Jason and a friend, Wendy, Formosa; and Laura Harris, Courtland. The Halls and Meades visited Ed, Paula and Josh Hall, Panama, on Sunday. Roger and Lynn Wilton have vis- ited several days with Lynn's cousins, Elaine Smith Hawkins, Tampa, Fla., and Maureen Smith Hoffert, Ft. Collins, Colo. Elaine, a Willa Cather scholar, is researching Willa Cather archives at Red Cloud and Lincoln, Neb. Sunday members of St. Paul Luth- eran Church, Hardy, will hold a 10:30 a.m. worship service in the Hardy Park followed by noon meal served by Tri- Saints Youth. At 7 p.m. Wednesday there will be WELCA Bible Study. This newspaper available on the internet at http//www.superiorne.com Roy and Joyce Fullerton were guests of their daughter, Cindy, and Josh and Em Fullerton in Lincoln, Neb., last week to attend the 2011 Lincoln Police Academy graduation and award cer- emony. Officer Josh Fullerton was one of the recipients receiving a life-sav- ing award. The USDA has not only turned down cold a request for a loan to fund constrution of a new hospital at Wash- ington, Kan., it has also cast doubts on the future viability of the current hos- pital.  Landon Cleveland, a former Courtland resident and son of Mr. and Mrs. Rick Cleveland recently had a hand in rescuring four teenage girls fromWaconda Lake. Now serving as a game warden for Osborne and Mitchell counties, Cleveland was called at 10 p.m. reporting four teenagers were missing from the Cawker City Park. He found them about midnight with their intact raft which had been blown across the lake and lodged in some trees. When rescued they were on the south side of the lake about 3/4's of a mile east of the causeway. The Marysville, Kan., newspaper reports Missouri River flooding has increased traffic on Highway 36 and train traffic on the UP line has in- creased to 68 trains per day, up from the pre-flood count of 58. Much of the highway traffic is routed over High- ways 36 and 77 to avoid the closed Interstate 29. Today' s Nuckolls County Locomo- tive-Gazette newspaper reports" the planned closing of Al's Hardware Store. Located in Nelson's Stansbury Building, the store evolved from Allan Sale's appliance business in the late 1990s. The store is slated to close July 29. An aucti0n of remaining inventory will be held Aug. 13. Sole said he was closing because of declining health and a desire to enjoy retirement time. The Hastings Tribune earlier reported the owners of the Old Bank Coffee Shop which is located next door to the hardware store would like to expand their businesPinto the space being va- cated. The hardware store is located in the space once occupied by the Portwood and Porter department stores. Every Tuesday Senior Citizens Night (60 plus) 10 % Discount and Free Coffee or Tea : .%,::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: .......... il lii!i  ........ ., :; i !i li !i:! :':I !i:i  1ti'i: :;z  i4i: i "r: !i ::  !i :: : *= : ! :::i *`: :*  :   ::   : *' ....... Come in and cool off and enjoy one of our 10 flavors of  Frozen Margaritas or Daiquiris 0000Little Mexico 156 E. 4th St., Superior, Neb. 402-879-4322 CREST THEATRE &VIDEO - Thursday: 6:30 to 9 p.m. 000000-Saturaa00-: S to p.m. 7:30 p.m. Sunday: 5 to 9 p.m. Cars 2 Running time: 1 hour 53 minutes Star racecar Lightning McQueen and the gang are back in Pixar's all- new animated international espionage automobile adventure. Starring Owen Wilson and Larry the Cable Guy. I'h:-I Super 8 Running time: 1 hour 52 minutes In the summer of 1979, a group of friends in a small Ohio town witness a catastrophic train crash while making a super 8 movie and soon suspect that it was not an accident. Starring Kyle Chandler, Ella Fanning. Produced by J.J. Abrams, Bryan Burk and Steven Spielberg. ISSN 0740-0969 Periodical Postage Paid at Superior, Nab. 68978 Bill Blauvelt ................................ 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Published every Thursday by Superior Publishing Company, Inc. 148 East Third Street, PO Box 408, Superior, Nebraska 68978 E-mail: tseCuperiorne.com Selected portions of the newspaper available on the web at superiorne.com Postmaster: Send address changes to: The Superior Express PO Box 408, Superior, Nebraska 68978 Telephone: 402-879-3291 FAX: 402-879-3463 FSA crop report deadline announced In Nebraska, the deadline for pro- ducers to report small grains to their FSA office was June 30 while July 15 is the deadline for all other crops and land uses, including CRP. Reporting crop acreages (certifying) is an annual requirement for those producers par- ticipating in many of the FSA pro- grams, including DCP,-ACRE, and CRP. Producers must remember to bring along planting dates as that data is required aspart of the acreage report- mg process. According to Dale Kovanda, direc- tor of the Nuckoils County FSA office; "Due to budget cuts, reminders are no longer being sent, so producers must make their own appointments to get this task done. Producers reporting after this deadline will face late-filing fees." FSA requesting nominations According to Dale Kovanda, direc- tor of the Nuckolls County FSA office. only two weeks remain for producers in the westcentral portion of the county to nominate an eligible candidate for the upcoming county committee (COC) election. Henry Philip (Phil) Wehrman currently represents that area. which consists of Nora, Nelson, Highland, Aiban, St. Stephens and Victor pre- cincts. Nomination petitions are being ac- cepted for any eligible voter to be a candidate for the COC. FSA is requ- ired to ensure diversity on the county committee and solicit and accept nomi- nations from all eligible producers in the election area, including women and minority nominees. Nomination forms and information is available upon request, as well as on the internet at website www.fsa.usda.gov/elections. "Each County Committee member is elected by the eligible producers in their area," explained Kovanda. "Pro- ducers who serve on county commit- tees help to ensure FSA agricultural programs adequately serve the needs of local producers. They are respon- sible for administering several FSA programs at the county level and deter- mining producer eligibility for many of them." To hold office, a nomination form must be completed and signed by the nominee, who agrees to run for office. Nominating petitions, which are avail- able upon request, must be returned to the FSA Office by Aug 1. Nominating petitions must be signed by the actual voter; not by someone with power-of- attorney, as is allowed for many other programs. -%- HOURS: Wednesday and Friday .=, w 11:30=5:30 p.m. " ' Thursday, 3-7 p.m. ,'t//" Saturday I 0 a.m.-2 p.m. Nifty-Thrifty Shop 410 1 2 N Central Suoenor. Nab Cast members (from left) Charity Green, Clay Center; Katrina Wulf, Guide Rock; and Kathy Mittan, Red Cloud; rehearse a scene from "Burning Barn," at the Red Cloud Opera House. The new play by Supenor native A.P. Andrews, who lives primarily in New York City, is among three of his plays being produced in Nebraska this summer. The show will run July 22-24 at the opera house. Other cast members are Andrews, who is also directing; Scott McKinney, Superior; Kris Moody, Sutton; and Chuck Mittan, Red Cloud. Disaster group will hold meeting at Superior Public Safety Building The Quad County Community Or- munity to practice strategies for col- ganizationsActiveinDisaster(COAD laboration before a real disaster oc- will sponsor a free community exer- curs. Participants willbe able to evalu- cse and information session centered ate their preparedness to serve resi- on a simulated disaster scenario in dents during and after a disaster and Nuckolls County. The exercise will be learn how COAD can assist with cam- held Monday from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the munication and coordination between meeting room of the Public Safety members during and after disasters. Building in Superior Dinner will be This will also be an opportunity to provided, build relationships with other prates- The presentation is made possible sionals dedidated to serving the di- by a gram awarded to COAD by the verse communities of Nuckolls South Hearthmd District Health De- County. pertinent. The health department, along The Quad County COAD is a local with other members, including the groupofpublic,.private, volunteer and American Red Cross and Nuckolls nonprofit organizanons with a locus County Emergency Management. will on assunng the most,complete recov- facilitate the presentation, cry for the ctizens of Adams Clay, This exercise will allow the local Nuckolls and Webster counties fol- agencies andorganizationsinthecom- lowing a disaster. Date set for hunter safety class in Nelson A Nebraska Firearm Hunter Safety Any person 12 or older and born class will be held at the American after Jan 1, 1977, must successfully Legion's banquet hall inNelson be- complete this 10 hour course before he ginning Wednesday, Aug 3. at 7 p.m. or she can hunt with a firearm. This Pry-registration is required and must will be the only course provided in be made on or before Tuesday, July 19. Nelson prior to next hunting season. There is no cost to the individuals If you or your child wishes to fulfill taking the course, the mandatory Hunter Safety require- ........... ments prior to this fall. be sure to attend e' . the four sessions, Aug 3 through Aug ' Full Servx Florist 6. The Wednesday through Friday sessions begin at 7 p.m. The starting /! [.TQ./i /I /I  time for Saturday is 10 a.m. -JE UK,= V IJ U'-JE'3E-'JE Participants musttm 11 years of (877-879-8444) age in 20[ 1 6r be oldei:,.t0 be eligible to take the class. For additional infor- Carnie Kroeger marion or to register, contact Jim Main Streetl Menke. " Floraf j 305 N. Central. Superior. Neb. New Horizons Healthy Lifestyles Featuring THE ISLAND CAFE 317 N Central Ave, Superior, NE 68978 (402) 879-4697 Order off of The Island Caf6 Menu OR try one of our Weekly Featured Items: Thursday July 14th: Breakfast - Egg Casserole $2.00 fresh eggs, milk, cherry wood smoKea ham or TUrKey oacon (chef's choice), sunflower bread & our 5-cheese blend in a ,umbo muffin tin * Lunch/Dinner - Ham & Pineapple Pizza $4.50 cherry wood smoked ham & fresh juicy pineapple w/melted 5-cheese blend on flatbread w/Monterey cneese sauce" European Prime Rib $6.50 "our multi-grain European table bread is stacked w/beef pnme rib topped w/baby swiss cheese & saut4ed onions, served w/au jus* Friday July 15th: Breakfast - Frittata Wrap $3.25 *Frittata (egg omelet w/ham, cheddar cheese, onloR, green & red pepper) wrappea in a whole wheat tortilla w/Monterey/cheese sauce" Lunch/Dinner-Chicken Caesar Salad $6.50 *fresh bed of romaine lettuce toppea w/a grilled chicken breast, tomato, red onion, parmesan cheese & seasoned homemade croutons finished w/ or{anic low-fat or or:ginal c}assic Caesar dressing " Pork Tenderloin $4.25 *sliced pork tenderloin piled high on wneaT berry Dreaa w/mozzarella cheese, spinach & our very own creamy cranberry spreaa" Saturday July 16th: Breakfast -Breakfast Bagel $2.25 *whole wheat thin oagel & Monterey cheese sauce w/ a scrambled egg patt, &cnerry wooa smoked ham " Lunch/Dinner - Chicken Salad Sandwich $3.50 *diced grilled chicken breast is mixed w/sweet red grapes, walnuts, celery, red onion & our own special dressing made w/Smart Balance Mayo on wheat berry Dread" BBQ Pork Carnitas Pizza $4.50 *juicy pork carnitas & saut4ed onions covered w/ melted 5-cheese blend on a flatbread w/BBQ sauce" Smoothie of the Week: Cream Blues . A rich ripe pop of blueberry w/a touch of banana & vanilla cream for a rich creamy blend Cats Essential of the Week: Chocolate Toffee A frozen fudge & toffee blena, an excellent choice served hot or cold! .L.  ......  317 N. Central, Suoerior, Neb., 68978 402-879-4697 Monday- Friday: 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sodbusters attend campvention The Republican Valley Sodbusters are ready to start camping again. Be- cause of unforeseen circumstances the club has not camped so far this year. Some couples did go to state campvention at Wilbur the first part of June. They were entertained by the Junior Czech Dancers with explana- tions of the dances by their instructor. Later there was a talk by the state herpetologist in relation to snakes. The herpetologist had several snakes with him and showed the markings and how to identify the different kinds lo- cated here in Nebraska. Following that was a food auction with the proceeds going to the scholarship program. Sodbuster members also went camp- ing at Windmill State Recreation Camp Ground at Gibbon this past week end. It was the district campvention called "June Bug" with the theme "Firecracker of a Weekend." Several planned ac- tivities had to be changed because of a severe storm. The baked good auction brought in $300 that was donated to the Central Nebraska Child Ad.vocacy Center. In addition, there was a campfire and sing-a-long with international stu- dents and sponsors from the Christian Student Fellowship, University of Ne- braska. Kearney. The next camp out will be at Wind- mill Park at Gibbon on July 15-17. The hosts will be Jim and Janet Staehr. Terry and Lori Thompson and Gene and Twilla Frerichs. The first evening members are to bring some kind of meat to grill plus a side dish to share. The following morning breakfast will be provided and then a potluck is sched- uled for the evening. /% Thank You Words cannot express our thanks to our neighbors and friends for harvestihg our wheat on Saturday. We are so fortunate to live in a community that cares for one another. Those helping with harvest were Delmer Reinke, Brenden Schardt, Heath Eitzmann, Mike Hoops, Tim Eitzmann, Steve Heitmann, Gene Wittke, Greg Eitzmann, Scott Eitzmann, Eldon Kirchhoff, Glenn Kirchhoff, Harlan Eitzmann, Lyle Schardt, David Kirchhoff and Terry Grueber. "Thank You" to all that helped with harvest and supper. Dennis and Kathy Moeller The Superior Lions Club isselling PEACHES $30 2-dayspickedfrom Palisade, Colorado Orchards. per 20-lb. Lug : Last day to order Thursday, July 28 by noon Peaches will be delivered mid-August Proceeds go to community projects To order contact: Dan Scott, 402-879-3501 or 402-879-3925 or Vicki Perrie, 402-879-3896 or 402-879-5767 or Dannie Dey, 402-879-4957 or any other Lions Member Parkview Haven Skilled Nursing Facility In-house scheduled doctor appointments (both Hebron and Superior medical personnel) Contracted physical, speech, occupational therapists Scheduled in-house podiatry and dental services 24 hour professional licensed nursing staff Medicare. Private, and Medicaid Choice noon and evening entrees Weekly Chapel services and Bible study Group and individual activity and social services We are proud of our reputation for quality care. compassion, and a homelike atmosphere. You are invited to visit or give us a call for more information. 402-365-7237 Deshler, Nebraska I Vestey Senior Meals Program July 18 through July 22 Monday: Shrimp, hashbrown cas- serole, peas and carrots, apricots. Tuesday: Beef salad sandwich, chips, pea salad, 3 bean salad, peaches. Wednesday: Baked chicken, maca- roni and cheese, wax beans, broccoli salad, pineapple, cake and ice cream. Thursday: Pork chop, baked po- tato, mixed vegetables, Jell-O, roll, plunis. Friday: Grilled hamburgers, baked beans, cucumber salad, no bake cookie. I Births Kayla Baker and Matt Peters an- nounced the arrival of their daughter, Brielle Nicole, born June 12. Brielle weighed 8 pounds and 6 ounces and was 20 inches long. Grandparents are Brad and Kathy Baker, Superior, and Alan and Cathy Daugherty, Hastings. Great- grandparents are Jack and Elaine Baker, Superior. Kyson Cope Ehlers McPherson, son of Alayna Ehlers and Jay McPherson, Superior, was born July 1 at Mary Lanning Hospital, Hastings. Kyson weighted 7 pounds 10 ounces and was 19 inches long. He was welcomed home by a sister, Jayden Rose, 3 1/2. Grand- parents are Dalane and Rose Ehlers, Superior, Sid Beck and the late Mary Beck ofTrumbull. Great-grandparents are Dale and Ruby Burge, Hope Ehlers and the late Orrin Ehlers, all of Webber. Great-grandparents are Elmer Howe and the late Virgie Howe. of Superior. Red Cloud Street Car Days announced Red Cloud's annual "Street Car Days" festival sponsored by the Red Cloud Chamber of Commerce will be Aug 5, 6 and 7 and will feature perfor- mances by the band Fry Daddy's; ma- gician, Adam White; the music of Curt Shoemaker, Jessica Goader, Jim Barnes, Bailey Wilton; and Missou!,a Children  s Theatre "The Pied Piper. Other events and activities include; couples softball, golf, tall cam contest, parade, face painting and sidewalk chalk art, an me cream social, art ex- hibits at the Red Cloud Opera House Gallery, car show, burnout contest, tractor show, inflatable games, race car simulator, free swimming, bingo, kid's fishing contest, soap box derby, pet parade Red Cloud Firemans' barbeque, karaoke, dance, fly-in pan- cake breakfast, Broken Horn Ranch Fun Day, food and craft vendors. Friday, Aug 7, festivities,will in- clude a couples' softball tournament, art exhibits, an EMT evening meal fundraiser, and a performance of"The, Pied Piper" by Missoula Children's Theatre with area youth. "The Pied Piper" will also be performed Satur- day afternoon at 4:00 p.ml -: Saturday; Aug 8, events kick off with the 5k run-walk, tall corn contest, soap box derby and parade. Prizes will be awarded for various parade entries as well as a cash prize for best overall entry. After the parade, the Republican Valley Arts Council will sponsor face painting and side walk chalk art and entertainment begins in the park fea- turing the music of Curt Shoemaker, Jessica Goader, Jim Barnes, Bailey Wilton, and Adam White, magician. A kids' fishing derby is planned to take place at Indian Creek pond. Large inflatable games and a race car simula- tor will be an addition to the event. A car and tractor show, Bingo, duck dive, water balloon war, free swimming, the Women' s Chamber ice cream social, a pet parade, and various food and craft vendors will round out the afternoon entertainment. A barbeque by the Red Cloud Vol- unteer Fire Department will be the highlight of the Saturday evening events as well as karaoke, laser tag, and dance featuring the band, Fry Daddy's. On Sunday, Aug 9, activities in- clude a fly-in pancake breakfast at the Buster Lewis Airfield. Breakfast is free for pilots and free-will donation for the public. A two-couple scramble golf tournament will take place fol- lowing the breakfast, and a fun day it Broken Horn Ranch is planned for the afternoon. Throughout the events, there will be an exhibit, '"'America Through the CBS Eye," sponsored by the Nebraska Humanities Council. This sampling of images from the CBSarchives will be on display at the Red Cloud Opera House. The Express Policy The Express will publish engagement announcements, wedding photographs and accompanying information without charge. Wedding pictures should be published soon after the marriage ceremony. Dates will be omitted if more than six weeks after the wedding. 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 invitations, programs and other supplies from The Express. Anniversary pictures are published with, a report after the observance. 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