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4A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, July 18, 2013 Alex Watts, the four year old son of Mr. and Mrs. James Watts, Edgar, makes a flying dismount from the bucking mutton at the Clay County Fair held at Clay Center Friday. Watts was being assisted to a safe landing by a rodeo clown. McClains Bucking Muttons furnished the stock and Alex and his twin brother, Sam, each had a fine ride. Jenny's REESources By Jenny Rees, UNL Extension This year marked my tenth Clay County Fair. It was bittersweet in a way as I have watched this group of youths from their pre-4-H years through graduation this year. It's neat seeing the young men and women they've become, ready to take that next step in life towards college and careers! Rachel and Kristen, our interns, helped us greatly in different ways which was a blessing; it was another smooth fair overall! Also bittersweet is this was Cindy SWasheim's last Clay County Fair as a UNL extension educator; she plans to retire in December. We will miss her and if you see her around, please thank her for her 29 years of dedication to the Clay County Fair and serving our con- stituents here. I realize I say this every year, but we wouldn't have a fair if it wasn't for all our 4-H and FFA leaders, families and youths. The Remember Our Fallen memo- j 7 i "r i i"L NEW PATIENT SPECIAL rial added another dimension to fair women serving. They raised morethan this year and I was thankful to Laurie $800 at fair for this effort. Jarzynka who organized thehonor es- Crop, lawn and garden update: I cortintothefairgroundsandorganized didn't look at crops much this week getting this memorial at our fair. I had with fair going on, but I do know it Was the opportunity to view the full Faces an extra stressful week for many fami- of the Fallen Memorial in Washington, lies constantly irrigating. On my drives D.C., back in 2007 when I took youths I' m noticing problems with sprinklers, on our Citizenship Washington Focus so be sure to be checking those too to (CWF)trip. What makes these memo- avoid uneven watering in the field. rials stand out are the faces; it brings Corn tassels are starting to show so this forth the realization these are real men is the critical time for watering. I'm and women paying the ultimate sacri- still concerned about our third foot soil rice for our freedom. May we never moisture profile even though there's forget them and that freedom isn't free. nothing we can do about it. Goss' s wilt I devoted some time Sunday morning continues to show up in fields and alone going through the memorial and common rust can be found on some have written more with pictures and lower to mid-canopy leaves. We video atjenreesources.wordpress.com, haven't confirmed any southern rust myblog.Iwasproudoftheyouthswho yet. Some gray leaf spot can also be attended CWF this year from Clay seen on lower leaves. County. For their citizenship project, they chose to sell tickets for the All Be sure to check this newspaper's American Beef Battalion, which pro- web pages at superiorne.com for pic- rides steak dinners to our men and tures and stories not published in the printed edition. FREE Comprehensive D#ntal Exam Diagnostic X-rays s25 Call now to schedule an appointment JOSEPH FISCHER, D.D.S. 402-879-1355 785-527-5602 www.josephfischerdds.com FAMILY DENTISTRY 1050 Washington, Superior, Neb. 2013-2014 Junior-Senior High School I I By Appointment Only WHAT TO BRING: optional) • Physical form and MUST have parent-student section completed [~P A.r • Urine specimen (on these days only) 'rIME OF Vl$l'r • Immunization record • Wear loose fitting clothing • If wanting an EKG done, MUST have a DUE AT signed authorization On these days only "rIME OF v|srr by parent-guardian • Payment of $25 for the physical or $40 if desiring the EKG with the physical. Seventh graders are required to have a tetanus shot (Tdap), this will be administered unless the parent notifies us aifferently. Menactra and Gardisil immunizations are optional. Call to Schedule Physical Superior Family Medical Center: 402-879'4781 Wednesday, July 17 ..................................... 9 a.m. to 12 Noon Wednesday, July 17 ........................................... 1:30 to 5 p.m. Thursday, July 18 ...................................................... 1 to 5 p.m. Tuesday, August 6 ............................................ 9 a.m. to Noon Nelson Family Medical Center: 402-225-2375 or 402-879-4781 Tuesday, July 23 ................................................ 9 a.m. to Noon The American College of Sports Medicine suggests that an EKG be done on all athletes to detect cardiac problems and to lower the incidence of sudden death on the playing field. It has been determined that although this is a very rare occurrence, certain conditions are detectable with an EKG. There has not been a universal recommendation to do EKGs on all athletes due to the cost-benefit ratio. With this in mind, We are offering EKGs to any athlete that wants one at a reduced fee of $15 per EKG. This will be done at the time of the sports physical. A signed authorization by the parent/guardian will be required prior to performing the EKG. Please indicate at the time of scheduling' your physical if you desire to have the EKG performed. Payment for both the physical and EKG are expected at the time of service. Just a reminder, these days are for sports physicals only. Any student athlete (or parent of) wishing to address any other health concerns should make a separate appointment. 525 E. 11th, Superior, Neb. • 402-879-4781 Superior Publishing Company 148 E. Third Street, Superior, Neb. 402-879-3291 Hours: Monday - Friday, 9 a.m.-noon and 1-5:30 p.m. Saturday, 9 a.m.-noon 341 N. Central, Superior, Neb. • 402-879-3501 Superior House of Beauty, Jo ~,nn Rogers, proprietor, is the most recent recipient of the Superior Chamber Of Commerce Ambassador's traveling trophy, awarded periodically to businesses with a long history of service to the community. Rogers said she started the business in the currrent location, 355 N. Park Street, on Sept. 1, 1976. She grew up south of Superior and graduated from Superior High School in 1971. After that, she graduated from Joseph's College of Beauty in Hastings, and worked there for a short time before returning to Superior. She and her husband, John, have two g~cw:.q ~.-,or~s. Eric and Travis, and four grandchildren. Her shop is op£n ~J]Oiq~fr~.'~,f !i']rough Saturday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call (402) 879-3351 lot ai', ~,ppcii,tment. Walk-ins are also welcome. 750 N Comrner~.it~., q:?, ~. ' '- rb:.~"9-3900 ,a .......... r- i• i:i: t Surveyors were at work Monday drivir~ stakes for the new Aurora Co-op elevator to be built east of Superior. There is earth moving equipment at the site and construction is expected to begin soon. The facility will feature a loop track and a bulk fertilizer facility and have room for future expansion. The first pieces of earth moving equ=pment are located at the site of the new Au rora Co-op elevator to be constructed east of Superior. A graveled access road has been created to allow equipment to enter the location. The Nuckolls County Historical Society Museum in Superior has an addition to its permanent collection. The dioarama in the display case represents the town of Angus as it would have appeared in the early 20th century. The display was created by museum volunteers and was made possible through a donation from Ruth Dohse McLaughlin, "a former Angus resident. 348 N. Central Ave., Superior, Neb. 68978 H ea tt h M a rt 402-879-4234 PHARMACY Open 8:30 a.m. -6 p.m. Monday-Friday Open 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.Saturday Providing Pharmaceut/ca/ Care to our Community Lane and Anna Hawley, Owners J Custom Application of Liquid and Dry Fertilizer and Chemical Propane Anhydrous D, 1221 E. 3rd Street • Superior, Neb. 68978 • (402) 879-4749 See Us For Superior Publishing 148 E. 3rd Street Superior, Neb. • 402-879-3291 mrrtlem 111 E. Main St. Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3191 Tree removal, Trimming and Stump Removal Licensed Arborist • Insured l • Reasonable rates] • Free estimates Phone 402-879-3608 NELSON DENTAL OUNIO ESTI984 Robert Wilson, DDS, FAAHD,FICD Comprehensive Family Dentistff including Cosmetic, Implant, Root Canal, Crowns and Bridges, Dentures, Invlsallgn Premier Provider First in Nebraska to Offer : Hospital Dentistnj. COMFORT CONSCIOUS DENTISTRY • Intra-0ral Cameras STATEOFTHEARTCLINIC • Dental Lasers On the web at www.nelsondentalclinic.com • Cavity Detection Lasers 2 70 South Main • Virtual Vision ......... ........... • Digital X-Rays Nelson, N E Licensed Parental Sedation," Appointments are Nitrous Oxide and Oral Sedation available Monday ii'iiii! i CALL 402-225-2828 th rough Friday 0f ('0S~4f!~C D[~Tt~I"t~'~~ ,t