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2A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Former Superior residents, Bev and Dave Autry,have been in Superior this week yiSi.ting friends. They are cur- rently living in Arizona. Guide Rock will hold their Pa Hur Day, Saturday The one mile, 5 and 10K Fun Runs and Walk begin with registration at 6:45 a.m. A variety of events, including a parade and a Fireman's Water Fight are among the events scheduled throughout the day. Mike Vikas, USDA Rural Hous- ing, will be at the Auld Public Library, Red-ClouG today (Thursday) to offer assistance with housing applications and other .questions. The Deshler Public School Kinder- garten Round-up is today (Thursday) at 5:30 p:m: An all school open house is being held from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m Hebron's Secrest Library will host a Books and Art Funshop, Wednes- day, at!0: a.m.The program is open to all children who have completed kin- dergarten. The Scandia United Methodist Women will hold their annual China Show in the Sacndia United Methodist Church basement at 5 p.m., Sunday. sara Vytlacil, Belleville, was crowned Kansas Czech Queen, in Wil- son. The annual Deweese Festival will be held Saturday and Sunday. Weigh- in for Saturday's antique tractor pull begins at 11 aim. Sunday's demolition derby begins at 2 p.m. After the demo- iitioia derby.held outside of town, the activities move into Deweese for turtle races and a chicken barbeque. The 23rd annual Day in Frank Herrmann Park will be held Saturday, Aug. 20. Grilled hamburgers and a drink will be provided by the City of Webber starting at 6:30 p.m. Guests are invited to bring a side dish and table service. After the meal the Gritten Fam- ily will provide entertainment. saturday is the day for the annual Pa-Hur Celebration at Guide Rock. Events begin at 6:45 a.m. with registratdion for the fun runs and walks and continue through a dance lastings until. 1 a.m, You are invited to follow The Su- perior ExPress on Facebook. Thursday, August 11, 2016 The Rev. Brian Francik is serving as the vacancy pastor at Davenport's St. Peter' s Lutheran Church. The morn- ing worship service starts at 8 a.m. Sunday school and Bible class follows at 9:15. On Sunday, Aug. 21, the the Lutheran Layman' s League will host a fish and brat feed from 11:30 to 1 p.m. in the parish hall. A free will offering taken at that time will be sent to the Orphan Grain Train at Grand Island. The Fairbury Journal-News has joined the growing list of newspapers outsourcing their printing. Until this week the Falrbury paper was operating a six-unit Harris press and printing papers for a number of other commu- nities including Deshler, Belleville and Washington. Last week apparently was the one for newspapers to be printed in Fairbury. The Superior Express is one of only 11 weekly newspapers in Ne- braska to maintain a pressroom. There are also 11 dally newspapers in Ne- braska still operating a press. Effective this week, the Washington County News is among 30 newspapers being printed in Salina. Earlier this year, a Sheldon, Iowa, printing plant offered to assume the responsibility for print- inN The Express. The large plants prom- ise more color opportunities and better reproduction in exchange for higher prices and less timely content. The third annual Superior Red Caps golf tournament will be held Saturday, Aug. 20. The event starts at 10 a.m. with a shotgun start. 25 pupils complete Neb. hunter safety education course Jim Curfman has been invited to speak on veterans benefits at a meeting of the Nelson American Legion Post set to begin at 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 25. All veterans are welcome to attend; Curfman, who is now living in Kearney, is a graduate of Superior High School. Davenport Senior Center Mentif Aug. 15 to Aug 19 Monday: BBQ beef on a bun, ranch fries, green beans, sliced peaches. Tuesday: Sweet 'n sour chicken, white rice, peas, lemon bar. Wednesday: Chef's salad, (ham, turkey, cheese), garlic toast, sliced pears, Danish petite. Thursday: Savory pork chop, Pota- toes O'Brien, California blend veg- etables, ice cream. Saturday 25 students successfully completed all the requirements to earn their certification as they completed the Nebraska Game and Parks Hunter Safety Education Program. Students were from Carleton, Davenport, Guide Rock, Superior, Nelson and Webber. Volunteer instructors were Jeff and Lord Hutchinson, Jon Myers and Bob Trapp. The students were required to attend 10 hours of classroom instruc- tion in which they covered seven chap- ters dealing with such topics as hunter ethics, showing responsibility for the land and wildlife, and preparing for a hunt. The Nebraska Game & Parks Commission provided safety videos for the students to watch. Other topics included identifying different wildlife species, as well as learning the different habitats that each species needs to survive. Each student had to demonstrate how to properly cross fences while hunting alone and with partners, as well as know how to safely load and unload their firearms. Those students receiving their hunter safety badges and certificate of completion were Melissa Aksamit, Joshua Davison, Jaret Eitzmann, Gavin Ekstein, Tanner Ekstein, Mikynzie Hansen, Noah Hoard, Alexiz Holtzen, Jeffery Hunt, Samuel Hunt, Jacob Meyer, Kiersten Morgan, Ezra Morris, Trev Mueller, Owen Perrie, Makinna Peterson, Gage Rempe, Kahne Rempe, Tagnn Rothchild, Blake Schardt, Seth Schnakenberg, Dillon Simpson, Mor- gan Theis, Tanner Theis and Preston Wulf. Others interested in taking a similar course or would like to become a volunteer instructor are asked to con- tact Lord Hutchinson or Bob Trapp. Skills gap limiting American employers A skills gap is being created in the United States as older workers opt for retirement and according to manufac- turing executive Val Zanchuk "the shortage of skilled labor is so severe that it's actually affecting the ability of companies to grow." The Boston Globe cited a report by the Manufacturing Institute and the Deloitte consulting firm showing the issue is real and that "over the next decade, 3.5 million manufacturing jobs will have to be filled and that the skills gap means that 2 million of those jobs will go unfilled." Find a subject you care about and Friday: Tater tot casserole, mixed which you in your heart feel others veggies, cheese stick, tropical fruit, should care about. It is the genuine caring, and not your games with lan- guage, which will be the most compel- ling and seductive dement in your style .... Owned:by,S0uthm :Nebraska Arts Council Floyd Rothfuss measures the brick for the retaining wall of the garden in the Superior City Park. iiiii!ii; Superior students asking for help with 'million' project How much is a million? This is a question familiar to many elementary teachers who have challenged their students to think about and explore large numbers. Whether describing the vastness of the stars or the amount of the United States debt, the need to use large numbers is often inevitable. But these numbers are often so large it is difficult to comprehend their meaning. Much has been written about the importance of having children explore large numbers, think about large amounts of something, estimate large quantities of objects and be able to gain a sense of how much is "a lot." Explo- rations with these goals in mind often invite students to use a familiar context or an everyday object to think about how much a million actually is. The Superior sixth grade class is collecting one million pop tabs so that all the elementary students can see just how much One million is. The teachers are hoping the students will always associate this number with the boxes full of pop tabs that will be displayed in the commons area and thus develop a better understanding of large numbers. But the school needs help. The stu- dents currently have 750,000 but need people to help save tabs to reach the goal. Pop tabs may be brought to the elementary office or send them to school with any student. Vestey Senior Meals Program Aug. 15 to Aug. 19 Monday: Baked fish, rice pilaf, peas, cucumbers, plums. Tuesday: Spaghetti with meat sauce, Italian vegetables, broccoli salad, Jell- O with fruit, garlic bread• Wednesday: Chicken fried steak, mash potatoes with gravy, green beans, carrot salad, peaches, cake and ice cream. Thursday: Stuffed peppers, mixed vegetables, tossed salad, Mandarin oranges. Friday: Grilled pork chop, baked potato, sliced tomatoes, cauliflower, fresh fruit. Births A daughter, Ava Sue, was born to Jordan and Mindy Tuma, Omaha, on Aug 2. She weigh- ed 8 pounds, 15 .~t~1~ ounces and was 22 -". inches long. ii ii Ji;i ii 'ii Grandparents are i i!" Ann Hobson, Su- ,~i~i,~ ~, perior, and Mike and PJ Tuma, Olath . Great- . ' grandparents are ' Elvin and Norma Hobson, Court- land. Bridwell Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 12, 13 and 14 HOURS: Friday, Saturday and Sunday• 7:30 p.m. Aug. 12 Star Trek Beyond Running Time: ~ ~~~unt~erswh~C~nstmctur~dth~r~taining~a~~~f~hegardenintheSu~peri~r~ityParktakeabreakfr~m theirwork. Pictured (from left) are Rich Sullivan, 2 hrs. No cover Charge cliff White, Steve Fox, Frank Sullivan, John Sullivan, Floyd Rothfuss and Jim Butler. Captain Kirk and the crew of the Enterprise encounter an alien warrior race when marooned n a distant planet after the destruction of their spaceship• Everyone welcome Your news is Crickets for lunch? Study finds age and Superior Public Schools Starring: Chris Pine, John Cho and Zachary Quinto important to us The British love their cricket and marriage axe related Breakfast Menus • ......... now Brooklyn entrepreneur Mitchell - . Aug. 15 to Aug. 19 == 1 newsintheSuner or Exnress The. . _ ...... . same age nas a oetter cnance o[ wun- Showing Aug. 19-21 - Ice Age: Collision Course .,, x r-rT•, , we o.iKetoinc.uaeyourfamily Joachimisintentongettingthoseofus Rom ce between partners,of.!he Monday: No Breakfast• Y Jr ," ," • on this sloe ot the Atlanuc to acqmre a . . 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Friday: Yogurt parfait or cereal, r" "-" ~ ....... COUPON ............ . _ _ research and found that the b~gger the == .. .,..,. • A,,., . ,. ....... ~ difference in ages in a romantic part- we will be going back ] Saturday ] --------n helptreattnattastedKengs°rnuts'°utmaYaddressuaepromemotwormnun .... juice or fruit . IVlealum ;j lopping UH maKe it a i -nership, the more likely it is to end Lunch Menus Aug. 15 to Aug. 19 ger • • tae s even nlrea a cnet to create : ..... to our school hours a.m.-4 P'm",III . -- I ; ' . ' ' ".- " tweenS°°nerthancoupleslaterwIthlnarelati°nshipsf,ve year dl,er-be- or S ecmlt Pizza LARGE for [ tastvnewcrmket-basedd,shes ....... Monday:Hotdogorhamandcheese The kitchen and dining We will be closed I P Y , "°" ........ "v ...............encelnage, mere san l~percentcnance sandwich, sun chips. __ ,.,. . I I I therewillbeabreakupcomparedwith Tuesday: Breaded pork or baked [ u/no In, [ couples of the same age. A 20-year steak, au gratin potatoes, bread and butter. areas will close 30 Tuesday- Tuesday, I $ I~ ncarry out or $ ~ ~ , I S'~;;Iri_~_~_P~__~.~.i~l~.hil(_~;~:" [ difference in age increases the chance Wednesday: Crispitoorhotpocket, minutes earlier each day. Auy. 30-Sept. 5 '. 11,,1 delivery T1 148 lhirtl it. Iof a falling out to a whopping 95 per- green beans, macaroni and cheese. [ 1 [ Superior, Nob -402-879-3291 cent. Thursday: Chicken fajita or corn Dairy Queen I * Offer good at Superior, Neb. location only [ -!.-, .. dog, French fries. ' ,ili ; Z l. I Friday: Pizza or turkey and cheese 410 N Bloom, Superior, Neb. ' D¢,~ Presentcoupon to get discount ,I 1-at k reddu I sandwich, com. .... 402-879-4321 . J [" 1637 Idaho, Superior, Nob. 402-879-3305 I "T 1"1 rl ,, ISSN 0740-0969 II k erving starts at 5 p.m. II Pa.HurDay II ,T IAT IITOUR& TRAVEL,,.: |Ill--l[ Periodical Postage Paid at Superior, Neb. 68978 iiI Saturday, Aug. 13, GuideRock, Neb. ' II "ZJzoL,CL %T/ II Branson Holiday 11 : Bill Blauvelt ........ ' ....................... PuNisher ]| ! 6 45 a.m., 1 mile, 5K, 10K Fun Run.Walk! I1 ............ .......... .... JI II SubseriptionRates, payablein advance: II ' Rog/strot/on, 6.'45a.m. andRun-Wolk,, 7.'laa.m. , Bus Tour I Begins and ends at the City Park ! ( .... Thursday, Nov. I0 through II One year in Nebraska ....................... ,.. $27.00 II oaturaa. 'lOnero i-K a $28.50 ., . . ..... i Smith 402 984-5309 I J OJL 112,Oll V/- kL, an .Ug. 13 I ,,1: Ent Fee" $15" Re istra//ons we/corne upto the start °f the race I / I I ,,r ec II-I"lc'12"r"l r&lr .. Y, / Sunday, Nov. 13 /I I Contact Brandl Smith - 402.746-4017 or LOr - . l a Sunday, I ~1~ l[ (Includes sales tax of area where being delivered) il I for registration forms can be picked up at the Country Corner or Cornerstone Bank I• / SATURDAY, AUG 13- - Aug. I" 11 Elsewhere in United States..,............. $38.00 /I ' 9 a.m. Turtle Races 2:30, p.m. h / u Anhque" Tractor Pull " " / To Our Readers /I I City Park Tennis Court Firemen s Water Fig t I 1 / ....... of the Ci Park= / ~"~'~ '~ Weigh in 11 a.m. Pulling starts at Noon with Little 1 [ We welcome the submission of information and pictures for/I I No snapp/ng tames a/lowed ,~u,t a,u~ . ,1 , . | ~~] Red Sled • Lunch on erounds bv Sandv Creek FFA | [ ° The Lettermen i ]publication in this newspaper. Please submit only information and/l I 10:30 a.m. * Parade 5 p.m: - 1 a.m. I l ..... v . . IlPicturesf°rwhichy°uhavetherightt°permitthenewspapert°use]l I Guide Rock University Stree! Beer Garden I l SUNDAY, AUG. 14 / Christmas [ " G°rdy andl)ebbie Carol i ||arid publish. All submissions require the name and address of the I| • ' " " ' I "Support OurLocalSuperHomes Guide Rock Fire Department I 1 ......... l Christmas i l/pers°n submitting. All photographs submitted to the newspaper II, Pro-registration by Saturday. Aug. 6 City Park Tennis Court I / oernolluon ueray at z p.m. / I at Sight and ! |/maybepublished, usedanddistributedinprintofelectroniceditions]| Contact:Carolknderson = On "7 "~/'~t~,~ I~1~t'~ • / Check-In at Noon to l:30 p.m. ~t~(~}l;~ff.~l~) / [ SoundThea'ier i |[ofthe newspaper. II | 402-251-3689 : ". :., ;2 - | DDOT LIMITED WELD Rules | Jeh yMatMs j .: Thank you for your cooperation. [I I Prizes w/l/be awaK/ed In me vark. I / C'ok V-- ................ ....... a..a ,.. all Dome Finalists ~'~:_~i~'~ ~ / Pulled Pork Sandwiches, Beans, ! Pubti bedevery'rhoa-sdayby II I 11:30 a.m.- 1 p.m. , I / Wm rof¢arDemo-$Z 00 dtotalpayo tof$5,000 / Potato Salad, Dessed and Drink Superior Publishing Company, Inc. II . Hamburger Luncheon - " I | One heat for Begirmers Class tmder DDOT STOCK BUILD Rules. 1 i 148 East Third Street, PO Box 408, Superior, Nebraaka 68978 II Guido Rock Methodist Church Cost - " I | $250goesto the winner of that mce, sponsored by Bill's Transmissions of Nelson. 1 I Park Shelter Free w/1/offering 9 p rn 1 a m e der head rote town or :( E-mail: =elL~uperior~e.eom l| I " ," " - " ';" "; " |/ Following th by " fi I Sdected portions ofthe newspaper available on the web atsuperiorne.com [I • 1 - 3 p m . Children s Games uancetiaraen I " (402) 879-4822 ff'Oo/( i Postmaster: Send address ehanges to: l| i In'thePark. CornBox, OJBridwellBand , [ ChickenBBQ Turtle Races / CallRhonda .- ! The Superior Express ]l : PO Box 408, Superior, Nebraska 68978 [I I Water Play, Sand Play, etcCity Park Tennis Court, J I I ~y J&P Catering 6 p m / or WO l/V./ • TBA. 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