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2A I THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS ~Thursday, July 18, 2013 [11 II The State of Nebraska has removed a health alert for toxic blue-green algae at Lone Star Lake in Fillmore County. A break-in was discovered at HebrOn's Express Wash, a car wash located behind 81 Express. Work is almost complete on the building housing the water well in Chester. Eric Barber was named the presi- dent and chiefexecutiveofficer of Mary Launing Healthcare, Ha tings Voting booklets and ballots were mailed to members of the Rolling Hills Electric Cooperative to decide wbether to centralize the Mankato, Eiisworth and Belleville office locations to Beloit. Meetings will be held in Beloit Friday, Mankat0, Wednesday, and in Belleville and Concordia on July 25. On July 6, Emma, Randy, Scott and Becky McKinney were in Bentonville, Ark., to attend the Driggs family re- union. Emma's mother was a member of Driggs' family. While in Arkansas, the McKinneys were houseguests of Alice Driggs. They were among the 48 people attending the reunion. Roy and Margaret Chatham, Osborne, Sara and Garrett Call, Gra- ham and Lawson, Sturbridge, Mass., and Pat and Karen Call were house guests from Monday through Friday of Bill and Rita Blauvelt. Pat and Karen are moving this week from Haven, Kan., to Belle, Mo., where they have accepted jobs in the school system. Pat will serve as superintendent and Karen as a family science teacher. Sara is a family physician and Garrett is finish- ing his last year at Tuf 6 University, tral,a,g to be a Bob Copelandl a former Superior Saturday guests of Bill and Rita Blauvelt were Mark and Pat Palmer, resident was in the Superior area visit- Albion, two of their children, Allison ing friends this week. He reported his and Witt, andtheir spouses, Brock and father, Wilbur, is living in an assisted Katie, and grandson, William, all of living facility in Lenexa, Kan. He has Omaha. Allison and family will soon some hearing andvision problem but be moving to Albion to join the continues to be alert. Bob is a retired optomerty practice established by her college music professor. His brother, grandfather and continued by her fa- Stanley, at age 66is the oldest officer ther. Brock is employed as marketer in serving in the United States Army. the video conferencing division of With therank of major, Stall serves as a chaplain. With budget cuts Bob said Cisco. While assigned to a department in another state, he will utilize the Start is now doing the work once as- company's video conferencing tech- signed to fo.~ l~ople. % 'l~ars and Bonnie Pedersen hosted their card party group last Wednesday. Guests included: Ken and Joan Schtermeyer, Lawrence, Ron and LaV eta Porter and Dale and Pat Frahrn, Nelson, Mary Ann Meyer and Helen Gebers, Noral Darrel and Donna Jensen and 6ene and Twills Frerichs. St. Peter' s Lutheran Church in Dav- enport will be installing their new pas- tor, Patrick Fiyun, at 5 p.m. Sunday. A free meal will follow the service. All are Welcome. nology to work from an office in Albion. Sunday, Dwayne Bostelman ac- companied Lars and Bonnie Pedersen to Grand Island where they helped host the ice cream social at the Grand Island Veterans home. This is an annualevent sponsoredby the District 10 American Legion Auxiliary. This newspaper's web page may be found at superiome.com. : : Crest Theatre in partnership with Community Action Partnership of Mid-Nebraska will continue its 2nd year of the BACKPACK PROGRAM FSA extends acreage .... Vestey Senior reporting deadline Meals Program USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) administrator Juan M. Garcia an- nounced an extension of the FSA acre- July 22 to July26 Monday: Liver and onions, an Era- age reporting deadline. Farmers and tin potatoes, peas, tropical fruit. landowners have an additional two ~, weeks to submit theiracreage reportto Tuesday: Egg and sausage bake, their local FSA county office. The dead- potato wedges, marinated tomatoes, line is extended from July 15 to Aug. 2. summer fruit cup. Only the FSA reporting deadline has Wednesday: Chef salad, peach been extended. The acreage reporting slices, cookie. requirement for crop insurance has not Thursday: Chicken fried steak, changed and remains July 15. mashed potatoes, corn, ambrosiasalad. "We want to ensure our producers Friday: Spaghetti with meatballs, maintain their program benefits by ill- Italian vegetables, watermelon. ing their reports accurately and in a Diversified ag tour timely manner for all crops and land uses, including prevented and failed scheduled for Aug. 3 acreage." Garcia said. The Superior Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors presented their"clear dollar of profit" award to Java Juice Care. ~1 Thayer County Accurateacreagereportsareneces- Pictured (from left) are ambassadors Louise Henderson, Matt Blum, Jason Ray and Valerie Mickelsen, Java Juice The Nebraska SARE program is sary to determine and maintain eligi- owner Candies Butler Utecht; ambassadors Carnie Kroger John Price, Jr., Larry Brittenham and Dan Scott. teaming up through a grant with the bility for various programs, such as the USDA Beginning F, armer and Rancher Direct and Counter-cyclical Program ]~llel~eney haying approved for Nukolls, Program to conduct a tour in south- (DCP); the Average Crop Revenue " " Extension News east-south central Nebraska and visit Election Program (ACRE); the Con- Webster and Clay counties but not Thayer NuckollsCotmtyExtensionEdueator four diverse farming operations in the servation Reserve Program (CRP); and the Non-insured Crop Disaster Assis- Nuckolls, Clay, Webster counties Natural Resources Conservation Ser- ThayerCounty area. The tour is sched- tanGs Program (NAP). are among 49 Nebraska counties au- vice (NRCS) that outlines permitted By Phyllis Sehoenholz uled for Aug. 3. The extension to Aug. 2tbracreage thorized for emergency haying and practices. Many of the limitations and Extension Educator Van transportation from Lincoln reporting aligns with the 2013 final grazing of Conservation Reserve Pro- requirements of CRP emergency Attend the County Fair will be provided, and they also will enrollment date for the 2013 Direct gram (CRP) acres for 2013 because of haying and grazing were waived in It is fair season and a favorite time pick up people at several points along andCounter-cyclical Program (DCP). drought conditions. Thayer County is 2012;howeverfor2013therewillbea of the year for many people. County the way to Hebron. The plan is to Farmers and landowners must have not one of the approved counties. The 25 percentreductionintheannualrental fairs include parades, carnivals, re- depart Lincoln" at approximately 7:30 2013 DCPcontracts signed, completed, authorization for 2013 began Tuesday payments and no haying or grazing deos and other exciting activities. At a.m. at a location yet to be determined. and submitted to FSA, in order to par- for both emergency haying and emer- willbe allowedon practiceCP25 (Rare county fairs, 4-H and FFA members The tour will conclude at about 3 p.m. ticipate in the program in 2013. gency grazing, which coincides with and Declining Habitat). Along with are able to exhibit the knowledge and withvansreturningtoLincolnbyabout the end of the primary nesting and other restrictions, CRP participants are ability they have developed in their 4:30 p.m. While FSA is able to extend its brood rearing season in Nebraska. notallowedtosellthehay;however, if project areas, whether it is showing a Thereisnocostforthetourbecause deadline, Risk Management Agency Provisions of a CRP contract pro- the participant is not a livestock pro- buckcalfordisplayingtheirphotogra- of the USDA grant and the Nebraska (RMA) administrator Brandon Willis hibit harvesting of the conservation ducer the haying or grazing privilege phy. SAREProgram, butpre-registrationis emphasizedtodaythatRMA'sacreage coverforthelifeofthe contract except may be rented or leased to an eligible Dostopatthefairinformationbooth required by July 29 so plans can be reportingdateremainsJuly 15formost in emergency situations when autho- livestock producer, ortheextensionofficeatthefairgrounds finalized for transportation and food. spring planted crops in the country, rized by the secretary of agriculture, to ask questions and find out about For more information, contact your Farmers axe reminded to report any The authorization is intended to pro- events that are worth seeing at the fair. local extension office or Gary Lesoing loss within 72 hours to their insurance vide assistance to livestock producers Davenport ~r Schedule of events can be found on atOniversity of NebraskaExtension in company. Farmers are also reminded who are suffering forage losses due to county fairwebsites, the local newspa- Nemaha County. to contact their insurance agent if they severe drought. In 2012 USDAopened Center Menu per and on promotional flyers about The fast stop on the "tour will be have any questions about coverage, CRP acres for emergency haying and ,the fair. Open Sky Farm, operated by Jon and prevented planting, or for reporting grazing and Nebraska farmers and July 22 to July 26 Do bring a child with you. Children JamieYoachim. Afterlearningabout and processing a claim. ranchers utilized more than 300,000 Monday:St.Louisrib, sweetpotato have not iost their sense of wonder and farming through the Farm Beginning Producers also should visit their acres under the program, fries, mixed veggies, chocolate pud- everything old looks new again in a class and farming near Unadilla, they USDAservicecentertocompleteacre- Those interested in emergencydiAg. child'seyes.Sharetheexcitementwith have returned to their roots and are age reporting for FSA. For questions haying orgrazing of CRPmustrequest Tuesday: Creamed chicken on achildren in your life. now focusing on their grass-fed cattle on this or any FSA program, producers approval before haying or grazing eli- biscuit, carrot and celery sticks, dark Enjoy the carnival and visiting with and an intensive grazing system on should contact their FSA county of- gible acreage. They must also obtain a sweet cherries, Danish petite, the many people attending. Be sure to their tall-grass prairie near AlexiA- rice. modified conservation plan from the Wednesday: Taco salad (beef, check out the 4-H exhibit building, the dria. S beans, cheese), chunky fruit, cookie, open class exhibits and the livestock The second tour stop will be the ~'- Jerry Latmers farm. Jerry has been Moving ale Thursday:Bakedsteak, hashbrown barns. Do ask a 4-H member about casserole, green beans with bacon, roll, their projects and learn something new. farming organically on his dryland and irrigated crop farm in Thayer County J 1__ birthday cake Moving sale: Saturday, uly 20, Friday: Chicken nuggets, potatoes Takethetimeintheexhibitbuildingto find out why exhibits are made the way for many years. His farm is NOP certi- fied organic, and he utilizes a crop O'Brien, peas, strawberries and ba- they are. N elson Auditorium. nanas. Rosie Nold, UNL extension spe- rotation of corn, soybean, and winter wheat with cover crops planted be- cialist cautions us not to touch or pet to help children with school supplies 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. We Sell animals, except in designated petting tween his grain crops. Rubber Stamps exhibits. 4-H and FFA youth work The third stop on the tour will be at with their animals so the animals are Harold Stone's, The Stones Thoreau Some of the supplies needed are bookbags, crayons, scissors, Household items too tlldm l'OllS to 111 tl tioll, Superior Publishing Co.usually docile. Be aware that animals for lunch in Davenport. Harold Stone Pencils' spiral ntebks' glue sticks' pencil bagsandpenciltP erasers" including cookware, glassware and bedding. 148 E. Third St. in livestock barns can become startled has been working to revitalize the re- These items can be taken to Superior 402-879-3291and may kick or bite ifthey become me glen in the production and sale of local Community Action Partnerships of Mid-Nebraska Bud and Veva Fereb ee j --~ ~ nervous with large crowds or unusual food.kitchenHeandhaSaalSOfarmersinitiatedmarketa certifiedand is ~~__~_..~ items such as strollers. Please ask be- developing a food distribution system 410 N Central in Superior fore you pet. or Crest Theatre Dance out on the South Forty Patio It is important to use some simple to provide fresh and frozen local vro- sanitary practices when visiting places duce and meals to the regional corn- ' 106 E 5th St in Superior Friday, ly 19 Bridal Registry where livestock are housed or are be- munity. A meal of locally produced ing exhibited. It is best if you do not eat food will be provided and Harold will For more information and income guiddinesfor this program, Congratulationsto in the barns or animal exhibit areas, explain what he is doing with local Wash your hands with water and soap food throughout the Thayer County call ]ana Chase at 402-879-3715 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. sa, Rogers & David Reiter after any direct contact with animals, area. ~ l,,l /27, _ ol3 Supervise children younger than five The final stop of the day will be at CREST THEATRE &VIDEO Registered at years during hand washing and petting Farmstead Flowers, which is operated Kit-ujRose / to make sure they don,t put their hands Iry Aaron and Megan Hird of Bruning. or other objects into their mouth. Do They are a local source for cut flowers 243 Central Avenue, Superior, Neb. 68978 402-879-9905 yarn Custom T roi&n nOtTakefeed humansome timefdfromt animalS.your sched- braska.in the floristAaronmarketand Meganin southeastare begin-Ne- MOVIE SHOW'rIMES: VIDEO HOURS: ...... 336 N. Central, Superior, Neb. | ule to enjoy the sights and sounds of ningfarmerswhorecentlymovedback griflay,$~itu~ay &Sunday Friday and Saturday: 6 to 10 p.m. 402-879-0151 ] the local county fair. Do have fun to Nebraska from New Mexico. Both Full Service Yarn ] while at the fair. grew up in rural Nebraska with parents rEEKI NE __ involved in farming and ranching. July19,20&21?:$0pJn, . Sunday: 6to 9 p.m.. ~ , & Gift Shop :, [ Be sure to check this newspaper's FarmsteadFlowersaregrowninanon- ~ i i iT ~0 = Hurs:Tuesday'Wednesday&Friday:t0a'm:tSp'm' I Thursday:10a,m.t08p.m.* Saturday:10a.m.-2p.m,J web pages at superiorne.com i%r pic- heated "hoop house" as well as ottt- I?ECI LS[ tures and stories not published in the doors. Plants are grown in the native CLOSED SUNDAY& MONDAY ~ printed edition, soil with a surface drip System and :- : " Running time: 1 hour 36 minutes ' TurbOiS a snail who dreams of being the greatest racer in the weed barrier over the top. A minimal world, jdst I!ke his hero: 5-time Indianapolis 500champ, Guy G=agne. fill-no till concept, cover crops, corn- His obsesSion with speed and all things fast has made him an oddity post and a natural-organic growing environment are utilized in the soil and out kler in the slow and cautious snail community. But a freak accident might just help an every day garden snail achieve his FRIDAY NIGHT -t ="-'-ri"r Vmu managementMegan are exploringf the beds.the marketAarn andand " biggest-dream. Reuben Pizza, Wings& ~ ,~ulw~ v r ww Enchi/,, how Farmstead Flowers will meet the Starr g: Ryan Reynolds, Snoop Dogg and Sam_uel L. Jackson ...... " ........... "QlcOS adds existing demands for cut flowers. l lasnvule Hot nlcKen aanawlcn " Eve e a N" Grown Ups 2 SATURDAY NIGHT ry u sd y ,ght I er- Thefarni[y of h '~.ji~.:I )./ Runnlng time:1hour 41minutes RibeyeSteak, CrilledShrimp, Loaded potatoes, - --'*OS 5 to 10 p.m. raco [ Les Hale [ Ler IY hasm!ocated his family to the small town where he and his Salad and Bread S ticks Bur," Salad ] would like to request / friend grew:up. This time around, the grown-ups are the ones SUNDAY Breakfast Call ahead 402-879-4490 for take outs! [ a card shower in honor / learning helbssons from their kids on a day notoriously full of " - [ of his / AndMore! I 90th Birthday Icardsmay'be sent: s.urprises: the last day of school. ARINA " on Thursday ,July 9-5 LOWWELL M Starring:Adam Sandier, KevinJames, Chds Rock, DavidSpade S U per I o r V FW I ;andSalmaHayek. , 785-753-4351 GRILL 118 South Central Street o Superior, Neb. I 1205N. Dakota Street / ! . j II 68978and 11 6th Annua I I/ II ~'.'"'. Publisher 11 [[ yable in advanT: ' [l' upertor Pul 1, Poo II One year in Nebraska .......................... $26.00 ,, L TRIATgl I1 M I [ Thursday, July 25 / [I One year in Kansas .......... . ..... ....... :.:... $27.50 [[ |1 (I~e being delivered) ]11 liB....==. ---- " "-- IBURGER SUP[ IIII W onTOur Readers mad pictures for Iilll Kevin Miller at 402-879-5754 or [ | 4-8 p.m. [ II information mad II [ small kbmiller@esu9 rg fO:wrnwOr n Ormation. ]I I | Elks Club / |[|l henewspapertuse[| [ nameand address of the[| Alsolookon the ebat . . I/ 230N. 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