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Mike Fol liner was a suppei" guest of ofMr.and Mrs.Ben Souchek were they Highland Muriel last Wednesday. , had lunch and celebrated the second Thursday,MurielandUyvonnevis- birthday of Blake. By IvaLee Jacobitz ited Bey Sole and her sisters, Francis Mrs.John Jensen wasacoffeeguests Peggy and Don Cassell and Drew of Florida, and Helen of Blue Hill. of Ivalee Jacobitz Thursday. Friday, joined the rest of the family BlueKathy and Dennis Folimer were John and Donna celebrated John's Stem Lake, Lincoln, Nab., Sunday, Friday supper guests of Muriel. Mark birthday by having supper at Monday and Tuesday. and Lynn Follmer and girls came and Hastings. Muriel Follmer and Uyvonne were overnight guests of Muriel Fri- EvanJacobitzwasaThursdayguest of his grandma. After picking up Knehans worked last Tuesday putting day. up sweet corn at Brent Jensen's home. Saturday, Muriel accompanied Uyvonne helped again Saturday. Gary and Shirley Follmer to the home Area Legion baseball teams compete in regional tourneys The Superior senior Legion base- ball team. seeded sixth in the Class C, Area 5 tournament at G iltner last week, knocked offnumber three seed Geneva 4-3 in the opening round. In the next round. Superior lost to Harvard-Giltner 11-4. then lost to Sutton 4-2 in the elimination bracket. Harvard-Giltner. the seventh seed in the tourney, had earlier knocked off number two seed Hebron in the open- ing round. Ryan Renz pitched seven dominat- ing innings for Superior against Geneva. limiting them to just five hits, striking out !1 and not giving up a walk. Superior took a I-0 lead in third on an RBI single by Trevor Hoins, scor- ing Nate Wilt who had reached on a Emily, Ivalee fixed supper at Terre's home. Jacob was a dinner guest of his grandma Monday. Ivalee had a phone call from Viola Barfknecht Muehling Friday asking about relatives and friends in Nebraska. Mrs.DarreL Jansen and Muriet Follmer were coffee guests of Uyvonne double. Superior picked up two more Knehans Monday. runs in the next inning on a signle by UyvonneKnehans andGeneBuresh Renz that scored eddy B01te and Wilt. * joined others at Salem Lutheran Church Geneva leveled the game at 3-3 in the Saturday for farewell supper on behalf sixth with ahome-runby apinch hitter, of Pastor Scot who will be leaving. Dan Jacobitz helped Maxine and Ross Utecht scored the winning run for Superior in the bottom of the seventh Lawrence Williams move to Superior on a ground ball hit by Austin Shipman. Geneva's Sam Pendleton was saddled with the loss. He allowed four runs -- three earned -- on 10 hits, walked two and hit two batters. Lawrence-Nelson beat Pawnee County 8-4 in the opening round of the Class C, Area 5 junior Legion tourna- ment at Hebron last week. They lost to Davenport-Edgar in the second round. then lost to D lvid City in the elimina- tion bracket. Davenport-Edgar went on to win the tournament. }: Brodstone Memorial Hospital. Su- perior and the surrounding area will benefit from a $4.880 grant from the B ryanLG H Foundation's Pri mary Care Matching Grants Program, according to Karen Tinkham. public relations director at Brtxtstone. At its board meet- ing, the foundation board approved the grant for Brodstone to assist with the purchase of a wound care bed. The foundation's grant program funds programs or services that inn- prove the quality of health care or increase access to health care in a com- mumty. Since the program's reception in 1997. the foundation has awarded 149 g rants to primary health care orga- nizatmns ac ross the state, totaling more than $1.2 million. Organizations" requesting grant funds from the BryanLGH Foundation Matching Grants Program must have 501(c)(3) or other tax-exempt status and must be able to match at least half ..... of the funds required for the project. Saturday. Jeanette Wolfe visited Bob,and Alverta Dudley while near Omaha to" take Justin Wolfe to join other Boy Scouts on a trip to Virginia. Ran and LaVeta Porter attended the graveside service Saturday at the Sa- lem Lutheran Cemetery honoring Velma Rorabaugh, sister of Ken Schiermeyer. Coffee Guests of Ivalee Jacobitz Sunday afternoon were John and Donna Jensen and Jeanette Wolfe. Stacey and Adam Eichman were at home for the weekend visiting family, Gary and Bernita Ostidiek and others. Mallory and Kaden were overnight guests Saturday and Sunday. Daren Ostidek and Chase visited Sunday. July 14. Trudy George, Marlyce McClure. Diane Blau, Cathy Bias6 and Vickie Clairmont met for dinr er at Hastings. Marl3 s McClure and Jeremy were at Libbs Park. Hastings, Sunday for a Preference is given, but is not limited. to Nebraska-based organizations. Toqualify forthe fundsthroughthe Expandable v, idth and length con- BryanLGH Foundation Matching tribute to patient c~mffort as well as Grants program, the monetary value of easier transports for staff. The length ~' ~ the sponsonng organization's contn- extends eight inches (from 80 to 88), !~!~!iE~i~:~: [ button must equal the amount being and the width expands from 36 inches requested from the foundation.' The to 48 inches. This'will contribute to foundation's grant committee looks patient comfort. The bed has a 1,000 favorably on applications in whichthe pound weight capacity and a strong, applicant is seeking new donor sup- durable steel frame, promoting safety port fi)r the s I~msoring organization's for both patient and caregiver. matching funds. The integrate0 bed scale with easy- The total cost of the new wound to-read LeD screen on the footboard care bed is $17.372 of which $4.880 allows for conxenient and accurate will be grant funds and the matching patient weights up to I.O(X) pounds. McClure family picnic and reunion. A special guest was Gerald McClure, 86, of Idaho Falls, Idaho. Thirty-four people attended. A Thompson reunion was held at Nelson Sunday .Those attending were Phyllis Vasconcellas, her daughter. Betty, and Randy Sauce, Mike and Trish Honeycutt, Bob and Donna_ Lammers, and Gary and Lila Honcycutt. Jill I Olive Hill Thur.sday, July 29, 2010 Last Wednesday morning, Jessica Thompson met friends from the Supe- rior schools for coffee at a Nelson cafe. Bruce and Rose Marie Chapman participated in the Farmer's Market in Nelson Saturday morning. Kennedy Cool, York, has been a houseguest of her grandmother, Twila Cool. Saturday morning, Jessica, Anya and Allison Thompson went to Kearney where they picked up Megan Widger. They were joined by Mick and Heath Jahn at a program that Eileen and Emma By Rosemary Hasemeyer Jahn were participating in. Later they Gregg and Donna Diamond, went to the Jahn home and werejoined Webber. took requests from the con- by Sam Widger for a visit before re- gregation for the hymns they sang dur- turning ~,ome. Eileen is Jessica's sis- ing the Sunday morning worship hour ter. at the Olive Hill Church. Gregg gave a Saturday morning Twila Cool took short message. Visitors during ~e~er- trer grandchildren. Walker Cool and Kennedy Cool, to York where they wee were Louis and Abigail Johnson. were joined by Stan and Carla Green at Prague, Neb., Beth Jeffery, Superior, and Joan Diamond, Webber. the home of Jerry, Michelle, Kennedy ? .L THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5A and Kerrigan Cool for dinner. In the evening they all attended the 50th wed- : ding anniversary open house honoring Boyd and Judy Cool at their Fairmont home. Tonya, Skylar and Teagan Cool and Mike Weimer, Superior, also at- tended.the Cool openhouse. Boyd is the brother of the late Bill Cool. Tye and Oakley Ward and Rose- ;~ mary Hasemeyer were Thursday evening visitors in the home of Gerald and Jacqueline Boyles towish Gerald ! a happy 88th birthday. Mr. a,d Mrs. Fransis Schallert. Adrian, Mo.. were Tuesday through Thursday houseguests of LornaWilton and yisited wittt Harold Wilton at the Superior Good Samaritan Center. The), were neighbors when the Wilton's were dinated the pressure ulcer prevention team at Brodstone this past year. in a cooperative effort with CIMRO of Ne- braska, to recognize risks for pressure ulcers and implement pressure ulcer prevention modalities, taking a pre- ventive approach as well as managing pressure ulcers. Harris is able to pro- vide specialized therapies, such as negative pressure wound therapy. Studies document that wounds heal taster and patients spend less time in the hospital when a wound nurse is invoh, ed in their care. As the woe nurse. Harris assesses and determines the cause of the wound and identifies appropriate treatment options. She has introduced techniques to prevent bedsores and other wounds from developing, and works to educate families, patients and nursing staff about strategies to optimize wound healing. Wounds encountered in a hos- pital setting may include pressure ul- cers (bedsot~es). chrome or non-heal- ing wounds, wounds on the legs and Michell Harris. Brodstone Memorial Hospital's board-certified WOC nurse, shows off the new wound care bed purchased with the help of a grant from the BwanLGH Foundation. feet. diabetic foot ulcers and surgical .............................................................................. ,.. fl~r individualized patient therapies and wounds. patient comfort. The pulsation feature Ostomy nurses are trained to pro- o cillates air throughout the mattress vided rectcaretopeoplewith abdomi- every 30 seconds providing increased nal stolnas, evaluate and recomlnend patient comfort. The foam crib bottom ensures that patients will never bottom out. The low air-loss and pulsation therapy provides the best in patient care and wound healing. The bed helps prevent skin breakdown from pres- sure. friction and moisture. Michell Harris is the wound-as- pouching systems that provide con- tmnment and security for individual o.~tomates, develop individual reha- bilitation plans that help patients re- turn to a productive lifestyle, assist in selecting pre-operative stoma sites to ensure post-operative independence. offer patients and families education and care. and consuhs with patients on a range of issues that are importm~t to winter residents in Mission, Texas. Bob Dye, Beatrice. was a visitor in the home of his mother, Vera Dye, and helped her with work around her home. Halite Strnad. Superior. was a Sat= urday overnight and Sunday guest in the home of Darren. Jessica. Anya and Allison Thompson. Matt. Melissa. Harley and Wyatt. Schuster attended the Olive Hill Church : Family Picnic at the home of Dwight and Beverly Frost. Esbon. Friday ! evening. Linda mad Paul Hutchinson attended the Hansen cousins family reunion at the Lincoln Park in Superior over the weekend with 100 relatives present. Sunday nlorning they went lathe hon of Allen and Pat Boozikee nearRuskin : for brunch. Harold and Lama Wilton were : Thursday suppergucsts iIVhe home of : Justin, Maggie and Isabel McCutcheon, Guide Rock. They had homemade ice cream. Saturday, Melissa, Harley and Wyatt Schuster went to Abilene t6 help Melissa's grandfather. Merrill Beaushaw, celebrate his 97th birthday. Jessica and Allison Thompson at- ,' tended the Stmday morning worship , service at the First Baptist Church. Superior, where Allison served as pia- nist. Lorna Wilton attended the funeral for Fern Harris at the United Methodist Church. Burr Oak. Friday morning. E-Subscripti0n Rates FREE to current subscribers $5 a year for nonsubscribers tomy-continence (woe) nurse at Br~dstone. A graduate of Fort Hays The amount of $4.880 is coming from on- Patient needs can beaddressedquickly State University with a bachelor's de- them. Phone: 402-879-3291 going fund raising. Employees have with the easy tbld down one-handedgree in nursing, she has been a nurse "'When an ostomy nurse is involved for 26 years and is licensed in He- withthecareoftheostomypatient..the PO Box 408, Superior, Nab.,68978 donated to the matching funds by buy-siderails, located on the head and foot braskaand Kansas. She graduated t'rom patient, family and overall medical ing raffle tickets for a prime parking sections. spot, knife sales and cook book sales. The,barlatric "patient helper" is a the webwoc online program throu,.zh team benefit," Harris said. "'Once pa- Currently $1,230 needs to be raised to heavy-gauge, tubular steel trapeze in- Metropolitan State Universitvin M I- tients have surgery and are cut free match the $4,880. The balance of the eorporated into the bed frame. It en- nearR lis, Minn.CenificationasaWOCt'ronl the surgeon and left alone to ~ Deck Staining or funds will come from hospital bud- hancesdignity by allowing patientsto nurse requires passing three board cer- cope, the lifeline to knowledge is the , ,z.eted unds: Anyone interested in pur- lilt their upper bodie. with their arm tification tests, on,jneach of the disci- ostomy nurse." Painting ........ ~"fi~ism~"'~i~{;0kbook may visit 1deal Stl'engd~. Tile frolly f{~ r the trapeze can pline~~ (wounds, ~s~ ur~l,,~mti ...... - ........ Harris--~,t~ recently stmled an as- ~ Indoor d~5t: ~ -~ ~ " Market; Superior Ace Hardware, Su- travel the length of the cantilevered nencO. She has bLli~a board certified tomy suppoJ't grtmp in Superior.-The periorPharmacy, the Buffalo Roam in armsaswellassidetoside, lthasafifth woe nurse for two years. A woe group n~eets monthly. Outdoor Pointing Mankato or the Hospital Gift Shop. wheel which offers excellent traction nurse is a nationally certified nurse ('ontinence nurses help by assess- The hospital's new bariatric bed andcornenng, whichresultsin reduced specialist with an expanded scope of ing physical, psychological and social ~. Staining & Varnishing wood riflers bariatric patients optimal cam- back strain. The fifth wheel retracts to practice. The American Nurses Asso- aspect ~ of incontinence: recommend- trim (lacquer) if wanted f.'.n and an overall aesthetic that at- clear the under-bed space, elation (ANAl recently recognized ing appropriate treatment, educating fv',!~patientsthedignityofastandard Best-in-class _~)0 liters of air per WOCnursingasasub-specialtywithin patientsandfanailynaembers:andrec- ~" FreeEMimote$ ho.~pital bed look in a pleasing soft minute whisk a~ay excess moisture the ANA. ommending treatments for nconti- tone of color, while three modes of operation allow In the area of wounds. Harris coot- nence associated skin damage. Eight golfers competed Tuesday in the Superior juntor golf tournament held at the country club. Flag pnze winners included Tate Rothchild, Trent Tietjen. Adin Leibel, Jacob Sunday and Cale Frahm. A noon meal was served after the tournament. (Top, from left) Age 11 flight: Jacob Sunday, fourth, 57; Eric Schiermeyer, 53, third; Cale Frahm, 411 second; Tage Rothchild, 39, first. (Bottom, from left) Age 9-10 flight: Adin Leibel, 78, fourth; Tate Rothchild, 70, third; Trent Tietjen, 65, second; Ben Price, 36, first. 348 N. Central Ave.,Superior. Nab.. 68978 Health M a rt 402-879-4234 PHARMACY AffO~t~ v '~e~t Open 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Monday-Saturday / Hours: Monday,- Friday, 9 a.m.-noon and 1-5:30 p.rn.; Now Open: Saturday, 9 a.m.-noon Tyler Kucera, owner t Tt/ nnlinnce TKucerc1426, Open Thursday evening t0 7:30 p.m. i' r Thursday and Sunday: 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Providing Pharntaceutical Care to our Community I /I II~ r l'~ Phone:A02-762-5259 Stop in and checkout a wide variety of antiques and col- lectibles. Shop for furniture, primitives, linens, vintagedolls, LaneHawley, Pharm. D. and Stacy Souerdyke, Pharm. D. 341 N. Central Superior, Neb. 402-879-3501 ,. Fox:,402-756-7999 quilts, handmade cards, fresh baked pies and many items ~ll . m l_ | you didn't know you needed. ~i~ FOr more i~frnnatjO~ call Kelly BOuray 402"879"5567"~'t PORCH ' FRONT ANTIQUES The Superior Express each week, you are missing the news, features and 132 E. 3rd, Superior, Neb. pictures reporting on the lives of your friends and neighbors. I , I Clip and Save "i] Available Monday through Friday Ill ' III Ill . " Ill r- Clip and Save I Service Available at Superior Family Medical Center laser creates a beam of high-intensity light that will penetrate deep into the skin tissue, where it delivers a controlled amount of therapeutic heat. Hair removal * Rosacea * Sun or age spots * Leg veins Blue facial veins * Wrinkles * Psoriasis Warts * Scars and stretchmarks Winners at the tournament were: Dustin Drohman; Brock Corman. Steven Williams and Nic Fo.da. The Fourth Annual Jake Kleen Golf Memorial was held Saturday, July 24, 2010 at the Elk Creek Country Club, Nelson, Nebraska. Thank you to Elk Creek Country Cub. the golfers and all the volun- teers who helped make this event possible Special thanks to the fol- lowing sponsors: Inspro-Kim Gurley; Struve Foundation: Farmers & Bank; Commercial Bank. Dennis and Kim 6urley; Oregon TrailEquipment, Shot and Candiss Kleen Cindy and Don Schm~d; L~sa and Tom Bunch: H & H Distributing; Bill and Bea Crawl; Su- perior Commodities: The Saloon: Jureta Hinz; Dairy Queen; Kevin and Robin Hinz: Kim Eggers - Superior Implement; Central National Bank: Midwest Bank: Ideal Market; Superior Outdoor Power: Kim and Ris~ Crawl; Doug and Connie Porter; Nelson Fire Dept.; Regal Lanes: Hair Hut; Helena Chemical Co.: BASF; Channel: Bayer: CPI: C & M Supply; Superior Ace Hardware'. Simply Chic: Tuckers. Nebraskaland Dist.; Main Street Floral: Aurora COOP. Reinke Manufacturing; Ray and Charlie Keating; Crawl Tree; Monsanto: Pepsi Bottling Co.: Dave's Place; State Farm -Superior; Mollie Gurley; Paul and Marce Petersen Phil and Diane Wehrman; CPS Ag Services; Amanda's Cottage; Pastors Evey Phillips and Elwin Bergstraesser. The Kieens, La Feryl, Becky, Luke. Angle, Mallo rv & Kaden O Stop by or mail your order to either of our offices. PO Box 408 * Superior, Neb. 68978 * 402-879-3291 or 111 E. Main Mankato, .Kan. 66956 * 785-378-3191 One Year in Nebraska $24 * One Year in Kansas $25.50 (includes sales tax of area being delivered) One Year in Other States, $35 O O r i i i i lUl i i i i 1 i i i i ill nlll I I I I I I ! 1 I I I I I Illl1 I Please send a subscription of The Superior Express to: ! I I I Name: I I I I Address I I I I City State Zip I I Amount New Renewal ! The Clinics held monthly, call for appointment todayl 402-879-4781 SUPERIOR FAMILYMEDICAL CENTER 1050 Washington, Superior, Neb. 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