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2A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS r~umOay, August 17. 2017 I it- Area Happenings - +rhe Superit+r Elementary School open house is Monday from 6 to 7 p.m. Aa incom.' t dale was published ia last week ; edition of The Superior Ex- pre'SS. The Superior Municipal Swim- ming Pool has closed for the iea~n. Ron and Linda Baaels sewed as grand marshals of Red Cloud's Sit 1 Car Days parade, Reink Man,lecturing Coml~ny is sponsoring a free conc~flal the Thaym" County Fairgrounds. Satu~ay. TI~ classic n~k ~bute group, Infinity, w ill l~trforll), G~l.les open at 6:~ p.m. Ryun Theol'~ld hogan his dulicS as Fillmore High School panetpal. The Hebron City Council apln-oved $7,tXK) for the constrUclion of largets al I h, ,aew arcl~ry range hx.'atotl, casl of Fourth Street and dir ct]y nerlh of the Little BI~ RWea-. Fairfield hosts the Triple F festival, Satunlay. Events get underway at 8 a. rn. with a sand volleyball toltrnameut atCity Pal A free street dang from 8 p.m. to midnight will co0clud the event. Sara Vytlacil. a BelI ~,ilIc n:sideel, was nang~t -,~e ond runner-up at the M i s Czech Slovak Pageant at wi~ber. Sodbusters hold July campout at Hadan The Hepuhli~an Sodhusl~r~ held lhezr July camrxml al Hunter's, Cove at Harlan CeRnlly ~esel~,'tlir 'd,lIh h,~l~,ts The me and Dq mnu'Fomlin ~-n and l~m and Carol Haresnape. There were rune members and, lwO gt~sts altending. It was a hot weekend, hut with the aid ~f Harry Sprague*s.~hop fan it was aa enJoyable lime. It wa i g~d to get together since the May meeting wa~ rained nut and none scheduled I'or June becau~ of June Bu~ eampuut, A num- ber of memheL'x allefld~ Jtlr~ Bug- The slate camptu,t v a~; cancelled be- cau~ of rain and then re~eheduled as ll~e tara [xm.1 ~ile al Cry ~lal I.akewas in holler c~ndilmn than expet:l~.l A f~w Sodbusler memhe~ alIcntJ'&'d the slate camlx,Ut. ']-he fLIttlN el J'il[r'-~.~ Bug '~.'i[l be d i~'uro;ed a~, II~re ale' few clubs able I0 host it. Also anmmnced Ihew will be no fall ,a-ork~ht~p. There will he a camlxml altd meeting in early OcIoher zt the YorkCounly Fat rgrounds fml be purpose ~t decidin~ what to ek~ about Spring Hing and J~me Bug. "Fimy'te hoping lot a good lurm~ul at this gath- enn . In get everyong'~ idea~ alxutt the t uture progra Ill, Phocb~ Spr'agt,e tem,td,:d ~1~' camper~aix)ul Ih ~,t~r c.C cantpt~ktl ul Strt~mshurd Au~. 2tb24. The Augusl caltl~mt will be at the Superior Park. 1ira and Janet Staehr ha~e w~lunlcered to Ix, st the mcetin~ be~'ause the Frerk'kse~ will 1~ celehral. ins their wedding, an~ive~'sary thal weekend. Gone Robb invited thtrs, craning to bring steak~ to grill and a side dish 'a~ share on Fr,day e~enmg. Salurday evening will 1-< the usual ptq luck meal. Visitor, ar~ always wd- come. Fillmone County voltmteer fire a~l rescue dtparm~uts are inslalliag m- f~tiv bl~ aud white rural address signs throughout the count2. More than 700 signs are being installed. Fairbury has the distinction of hav- ing ~ first Walmart in Nebra.ska~Th store opened 35 years. Six of the cur- rent store's employees have been em- ployed by the company the e~ti0~ time. Dtehl rtmoptzea with leadership development award Allysa DieM. L,ncola Public Schools m iddle .~htx~l F,~Lz~ish tm~i- nator, r~ ived the Ron Jt~k l Leader- ship Award. at Launch Leadership's annual Fire and Fuzzies banquet. The award ~ognizes an educator who is a champion of youth leadership devel- opment in the classroom "and commu- nity. Diem was nominatea by a fvrraer student a.1td was setected to receive the award based on her dedicacion to pro- moting youth ~eadership dunng her nine years as a language arts teacher at Schoo Middle School. During her time at Schon. Diem was the studem coun- cil advi~r and de- elnped a leadership e~ass far middle ~hool sledeats. She was recognized as the middle school advisor of the year by the Nebraska Associatitm of Student Ctmneils in 2012. Diehl has intpacled the liws of eound, ess students and gave them the opponunRy to find their voice as a leader and work to make their -~IrL~Is and communities a better place. "'1 am hot, red m be this year's rt'~ipienl of the Ron Joekel Awald." Diem said."t am passionateafxmt youth leadership development, and I have lhom~ghly enjoyed my time teaching you~ leadership skff)s in the elas~- rtmnt and in the eatracumeular activi- ties l have sponsortnJ I can tell you with certainty thai our youth are inter- sled in exploring leadership coneepls and that they am craving leadership opportunities and the chance Io~get involved. J am fortunate 1o have been able to bridb'~ my students with all that Launch prt,v~der, in order tt~ give them eveu richer experiences. Thank you m much flrrlhi,s a~ ard'. it isa lremendous warm Iu,z y '/" The da~t:hte~ el M'a~ and Jan D iehl. she i~a Super,or ,~1i',~ ~ graduale uf the Univerhily of Nebraska-Lincoln and [X,ane Universily. Theaward is named for the hie l~m h~kel.a hmg-time educator wh, tau ,l~lt at the Unive[ ity of Nebraska-I iru.'t~la for more.thau 411 year~ and ~-a instriLl- menlai in Ihe des-elol"m~cnl and gnw,'th -I l.aunch's Summer Leadership ~,"ork~hol). He ~erxed ie, Ihed~rect-; el tile Neh;a ka A.e, twiallOn of gludenl Cotnnci~. ~,r 20 year~. I1~ national presi- deal ~1 Phi l~ita Kappa and on the bt~ard of direcet,rs of the Nebraska C,m,tcil tffSchtad Admini.qrator.~. Launch Leadership originated as a volunteer,rgani/alt, m in ]976, It pt~,- InuRes a,ld de~.elopx ~s,t,tll I :adersllip Ihr~ugll an ~n,lual t l~e-dav ,~uut,ner v.ork sh, p tn lil~'d ~- rte. a'. v, eif as t:k,ze ns Ihaul 2l HI lu|enibt r~ acz~.~,', Ihe L:tinled State The Superior Ambassadors, a few members of Economic Development Committee and So- nia Schmidt, Mayor of Superior. did a ribl~n cutting South Central Eleet~Ys new building in Ko~mey~r Business Park at the east edge of Superior ead~er this month. Jeremy To,re and his /.WML members gather for August meeting Lutheran Womell's Missionary l~ag~ met last Wednesday at Cen- tenni at Chur h. I~tor Hopkins led the ~opic entitled "Wh~ did Adam and Eve rely on wtwks of the law.+' R )II call was answenxl by nine members naming,their favorile ratlg~ ix~gmm- Heathez DahL president, presided at the busil~ .~-~ meeting. Marlene Sehakenberg, secretary, n~ Carolyn Jen-~n, treasurer, go~e their repo~s. There will Ix: games Aug. 24, at the Good Samaritan Center. Fall retreat will he at Grand Island, Sept. 8-9- IO. Cathy Ahrens read "The Angel in the Ptx~t'" before the Mite~ for Mi~ skins of terms, The rnc~ting cln.',3ed with the L"lL~'rdl -~ I~ayer and table prayer. The ~cxl nmeting will be Sept 20 Memhers will nnt~t al the chmx'h at l I a-m and go to De~hlet. Hostess wa~ Cathy Ahrens. 1 Davenport Senior Center Menu Aug. 21 In Au~ Mtmday: q'aet> baked potato, on- ion, cheese, f~esh mango. "[-ucsday: Sloppy Joeg. potato .~nllilcs, peaches, catnlitlower. Wcdwesday: Oven fried chicken, haked potato, green I~,ans, desm.'n. fhur.'.a]ay: Meatltmf, mashed :lx)ta- v~and ~rav y. I~v.:~x~li. hirthday cake. Friday: Ham salad, chips, m~atoni ,alad. The }lehnm City Counx'il has aiM- cattgl $7,000 for the sorm In he devel- v~d archery, range. The range will feature ao.'ess to the Lffele Blue River. Friday, Aug. 18 7:30 p.m. American Graffiti 1 hr, 53 rains. --. Spc~sored by the Superior Chamber of Commerce Admission : Nor~-oerishable fcuxI i~em In 10enelil the . N uc.ko!l s. Co u nly F o d Pantry Saturday and Sunday: Aug. 19 and 20 and Fdday. Satu~lay an8 Sunday Au@ 25, 26 and 27 hts CREST THEATRE Su~nor. Nob 4024t79-3519 e~esttheah'e.0rg ISSN 0740-0969 "n-m:,t. mrtc Exl:x.e s Periodical Postage Paid at Superior, Neb. 68978 Bill Blauvelt Publisher Subscription Rates, payable in advnneo: One year in Nebraska $28.00 One year in Kansas $30.00 t Includes sales tax of area where being delivered I Elsewhere in United States $39.00 To Our Readers We welcome fire submission of m[onnatitm and pic'ttnrt~ k)r pttblication iJ'i this newsF~per. Pk.a ic submit only infommtion and pictu n s for which veil have the right It> t~m~il the newspaper to use and publish. All submissions requine lhe name and addn~.s of the pt, rs,tm submilting~ All photographs submittL~ tO the rtew~papcr may be published, u~,d and dislributed in print t~f ek.ctronieeditions o~ the twwspaper. Thank you for your cooperation. Published every Thursday by Superior Pul~ishing Company. Inc. f48 Ernst Third Street, PO Box 4(18, Superior, Neha'-ask~ 68978 E-m~il: tsc~u[x~iorne, omrn Selected portions of the newspaper avai|ahte on the web at supeH0rne. om Postmaster: 8end address changes to." The Superior Express PO Boo: 408, Superior. Nebraska 68978 Telephone:. 402-879 3291 * FAX: 402-879-3463 ]his ncv,spapcr'~ webpag ma'~ he I otnnd al ~,u periome.c~m~ wife, Knsta Tatm. eta the ril:t~on. Pictured (~'om hett) are Mall Blum (holding the ribbon) Jason Ray, J~nel Eggers, Tr',',',',',',',','~y Gunn, Andrew Healey, Justin Petsch. Jason Rempe, Carnie Ktoeger, Marine MeGo~an and Senna Schmidt and tarry 8rittenham Rare solar eclipse expected to Meals Program bring huge crowds to Nebraska Aug. 21 to Aug. 25 Monday :Tuna nmc 'n ehee~, greta beans, tossed salad, pears. Tuesday: BBQ pink sandwich. baked beans, potato chips, coleslaw, flesh fruit eL,p, Wednesday: Oven fried chicken. mash i~ aatues w ith gravy.squa sh, three bean ~lad. apricx)ts. Thur:,;day: Mom's meatballs, cheesy imtatoes, broccoli, fruited Jell-O, tin- nurture apples. Friday" Half ham ~lad sandwich. cream of polato soup, carrot and teler) slicls, poacher, crackers, ctxlkle. Edwards host Hardy WCU's/~=~st meeting The Wonnen's Chri.~liaa Unit,n vt' Hardy Ul~l in l~dlowrhiphall ~m'l'hurs- day, JuAnne Edwards. president, opcn~.'d the mcLqinlg with her thoughts fur the day. "Lord. each ul' u~ I'~ ssess a slx'~iat talent that you have given us. Help us to find it arv, J atak the most el tt to ~our glory. And nt ~'on think you haveu't much It) b~ Ih-,mkful for. he thankl|d I'ur tl~e thingsy~ don't ha~.'" La~etla I~.'clersen read the minutes of ttm July meeting. They were aprm~v,ad as ~ad. site alst, gave the treasurer's reporL Mary Dahl re~ the Septentber Lxmnnittcvs. J'oAnn F,d wanJs and Patty [.~ughlkl will pn:sent the pnlgram aztd ltmn Edgards will ~= hostes A thank yt)ll nole was read Imm l-xdyu S~ ~.x.t and An,l. Kti~,tm bliller Im.',Cll[Cd a.n interesting I'~ogrum en- titled "Time Bandits'" ha~ d tm ]-phes+a,~ .5: 1.5. [I ~as aix~UI hog we r,l'~,'l'ntl ~h~.r [lIDe in I%' a~ca~. [h~ meeting ud3tmmed b) all pray- ing lhc l,ord's Prayer. Pie and ice creum wen~ furnished b~ Paltie i~wurds. BOOK NOW! UPERIOR TOUR & TRAVEL Branson Holiday :OUR HIGHLIGHTS Bus Tour Christmas E tr.vaganza Doug (rubric1 Show Miracle of C'hristmas Friday, Nov. 10 ttirough Monday, Nov. 13 Call Rhonda for Details (402} 879 4822 or (800) 279. I026 at Sight and Sound Theatre * The Flaygoods a Branson Belle Oi t'~]~' > * I-Ieadliner I aul Anka Plus breakfasl daily, warm treats, five meals -i- + Byron Bash Byron, Neb. Saturday, Aug. 19 6 p.m. Beer Garden and Crown Bar open 7 p.m. Meal available from lqllie's Bar & Grill (Putted pork sandwich, baked beans and chips, $8) 8 p.m. Open Act contest winners Near McMeen and Emily Freeman 9 p.m. Nashville recording adist Lucas Hoge ~awn cha~ Additional nn|ormalion available on Facebook by Byron Bash M i llmnx tdl~nple are nlaki ng trace I plai$~, tt~ ,ee the fin solar ~iip~ vts+ ihte in this cotnnt~' in 99 ",'earn. and nhe American Red Cros~ i~ prepared, tt~ hclpthe+n ;f~.|et~L'd It is e~imated thai more thaa seven million people are expected to urawl ~o the 71)-mile wide viewnng area I'mnn Oregm| to S.mlt Carolina -- many ,f 1hem el>ruing uo Nehraska, ,ince the path tonc-he ~ the entire state Regi~mal Red Cros.~ ottO. cials are ~x~rdinating with local emm. gcncy ugencie~, along the staten chew- ing path ~t, enstnr I hut any omt regency can be handled "As wilh any large public e,~enl. ~ e have increar,ed :// fety. LUNCH SPECIAL Saturday, Aug. 19 11:30 a.m.- 1 p.m. Superior VFW 3355 will be serving Pulted Pork Sandwiches, Baked Beans and Coleslaw - $6.00 Soda - $1.00 Superior VFW 3355 1 18 South Central Street Superior, Nob~ Community Residents, Past Residents and Friends .~ Plan to attend the 24th Annual Saturday, Aug. 19 6:30 p.m. Webber, Kan. :~. +~.~otL - ~ Grilled hamburger and dnnk provided by the city / "Please bring a side dish and table service ~,t Bring your Lawn chairs for the entertainment to follow the meal il I Music by ivan Miller and Frie ds. Hoins family gathers for annual reunion Mentber~ t+tth Hoins family galh- el'~d al the N 'b, trl/, Ctnnlmulltly (.'enter Stnnda~. t~r their annual reunion. Au. tcaJing ~cre: Irene Bartlcnech[, Myrtm W |ices aitd Jr,l| aud R.htrltda M.yerh all nl Superior: Bnnce and [)eh,re~ Doll and Shnti ~ ('ray, h+~d, t+l (;enc~ a: Jim and Marlau Ferehee+ of Nob, m: Jan Jelul 'k and Kar.~- and Kath.~ I lou,~, all of (],rand l~;ial)d: A[It'l~ JIIhc and Adnana F;e,ehee ot lklgar: Rich at~d Sandy Hainx. Herren: F~ ylll~ Ilanman, 81t~c Hill: I-c~ alul Neala Hams Beatrice'~ Jerre 14oln~, actd/u~,tni~, Hui~,~ <+I' Da +enp~)rt, I I II Republic By l~lly 11nuzay I a~t week. Jo'an ('harl Ha.~. xla~Od the ~ L~'keutd al tht' lamuly larnl. t,lkLrig hi~ molher. Jean Ctiarle,~ h, Ire .%(" K Fo:c Fat r um Salt|rd ay alterntt~,it. P, cll~ P, ouray and Kay Brov, n Inm~ Rcpublnc lut~,l~] tahle~, at Ihl~ year', ~c,uha L',~ted Meth,wn. Alex F,-~'l~n" t~t Bellrx-iiie j,inted BD'an and ('arulyn Simnn, m Rvpubln at the 2r, d Salurduy {.'af . Becky {.h:hh: i~, thi, v,-c~:k, bt|rge~ Itighl ~aitil|er, II' you are ueediug a Repul~li~- ('oLnnl~ USI) I tr,)~,cl~>nl calentlat, thc v art' a~ a~]ahk' ul the .'at~." I~'cc. The ('K[,S ~t+knt|~bnl~.' 'rr, J, tc~ tJ~ Rat" H~,b~w, MetllOnUl l.nhrar3. "[ha' rlll.'a B'~ ",eve r,21 IK.'W I"K ~L~.k~. : II L" ~.l'i, ;AI [ai1~ hu eh4xk ~tm. A1.~t Marilyu ~|d lh acw I)VD s~ap DVI)~ are In and r~,a I.~ h~t cheek oul, R;le Hobss,t Memorial [.nhtat3 ~ tip Ix'gill Y~,ga at~il| t+lt Aug. F4 alLd Atl~ 2~lh, 7 p.m Wc will ~kllt Al~, 2J It will be held every Monda~ in Scpw,~: her and Oclrma~lo|t without chaq~t' Wedding picuu rt' '. should be published ~ ~tm a flrr t he marriage Ceremony. i~tes will [~' omitl ,d if mort, than ,ix v,'et, k ~ after the wedding. All hough Tire Ex prL.'S6 dot~, n ot charge for publishin'tg the pictures' and ~tt+riL~. ll~.ey n ~vrv~ the ri~hl togivesr~tce p rote renc,to em~+ae.~ who purchase theLr wudding in'~,~italion.' prt',gram~ and othvr SUpl, li*.~, trtnn The Exprt.~% Anniver arv piclure.~ aru ptlhJi~h~.'d, witha n purt +~c, Ihu eb.'trvaztc~, l ictures m,~' be indud~.xl in all invitatiu~n display ad near the bt~ltt m el the .pa~ :. ) ~ .% 1.1 It, r -Fh~rt i.-a :~5,-ccntl~'rwt rd< a~e for itt lusion in the 'Y~ ~lrr~: ~ T [netted" colunnn ~ n pa~e 3- Information ceceived in writing by 4 p.m Monday, is given p~{erence for inclusitm in that week's paper. The Expel reserves the right to edit anJ~ conden.~ all copy submitted.