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Brandoh ;Ridder and Jamie Gebers Couple planning October nuptials Steve and Diane Gebers, Nora, and Michael and Tammy Ridder, Fuller- ton, ann0unce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their children, Jamie Lynn Gebers and Brandon Michael Ridder. An Oct. l I wedding is being planned. Gebers is a graduate of Lawrence- Nelson High School, Nebraska Wesleyan University, and received a doctorate in physical therapy from Clarke University in Dubuque, Iowa. She is a physical therapist at St. Francis Memorial Hospital in West Point. Ridder is a graduate of Fullerton High School, Northwest Missouri State University, and received a doctorate in optometry from the University of Mis- souri-St. Louis. He is an optometrist at Family Vision Center in West Point. I N " Ruskin It was news on Sept. 10, 1909 Jens Wegensen, street commis- sioner, ordered community residents to have the weeds cut not only on their property but on adjoining property by Sept. 15. The village board ordered the in- stallation of four concrete crosswalks. The new Methodist Church dedi- cated on Sept. 5 was built at a cost of $3,500 and was debt free. The pastor of Bethany Lutheran delivered his ad- dress in the Danish tongue. Sept. 8, 1932 Ruskin Public School opened with an enrollment of 107. Evelyn Kohtz of Neligh enrolled as a sophomore. She was staying in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kohtz. Alfred Garlick, 69, died. He came with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Garlick, to Nuckolls County in 1870. Sept. 8, 1964 The interior of the Community Pres- byterian Church was being redecorated with a white ceiling, lime green walls and palm green woodwork. Ruskin Public School opened with an enrollment of 103. Dorothy Joy; county treasurer, ad- vised driver' S license could be renewed by mail providing the old license and $2 was mailed:to her office. Sept. 13, 1974 Farmers were hoping for rain be- fore harvest. Sept. 13, 1984 Ruskin Jaycees and Jaycee Women planned a hayrack ride and wiener roast. Sept. 11, 2014 For lack of a community corre- spondent a record of current happen- ings in the Ruskin community is not being made in The Express. Why don't you volunteer to fill that vacancy? More Nebraska State Fair results Additional results have been an- nounced from the Nebraska State Fair. Following are the names, hometowns departments, lots, classes and placings of area participants. Kyra G. Meyer; Blue Hill, Beef; Angus; Early JrYrling Heifers; 1. Beef; Angus; Early Jr Yding Heifers; Res Jr Cha. Beef; Angus; Jr Heifer Calves; 5. Beef; Jr breeding heifers; Jr. Angus Hfr Calves, Calved; 8. Beef; Jr breed- ing heifers; Jr. Angus Yrlg Heifers; 2. Kasey Meyer; Blue Hill; Beef; An- gus; Early Sr Heifer Calves; 1. Beef; Angus; Early Sr Heifer Calves; Sr Calf : Cha. Beef; Angus; Early Sr Yfling Heifers; 3. Beef; Angus; Jr Heifer Calves; 6. High Caliber Genetics; Edgar; Beef; Jr breeding heifers; Jr. Red Angus Heifer Calves, 1. Beef; Jr breeding heifers; Jr. Red Angus Heifer Calves, 2. Beef; Red angus; April Heifer Calves; 1. Beef; Red angus; April Heifer Calves; Res Spring. Beef; Red angus; March Bull Calves; 3. Beef; Red angus; March Bull Calves; 4. Beef; Red angus; March Heifer Calves; 2. Beef; Red angus grp; Jr Get-Of-Sire; 2. Watts Limousin Ranch; Fairfield; Beef; Jr breeding heifers; Spring Limousin Yrlg. Heifers; 3. Beef; Jr breeding heifers; Sr. Limousin Hfr Calves; 1. Beef; Jr breeding heifers; Sr. Limousin I-Ifr Calves; 2. Beef; Limousin; April Jr. Yearling Females; 2. Beef; Limousin; Jr Heifer; 2. Beef; Limousin; Late Yearling Female; 1. Beef; Limousin; Spring Yearling Bulls; 1. Beef; Limousin;Spring Yearling Bulls; 1. Beef; Limousin; Spring Year- ling Bulls; Die IV Cha. Beef; Limousin; Spring Yearling Bulls; Champ. Beef; Limousin; Spring Yearling Bulls; Reserve Ch. Beef; Limousin; Spring Yearling Bulls; Reserve Ch. Beef; Limousin; Spring Heifer; 1. Beef; Limousin; Spring Heifer; Div IRes. Beef; Limousin; Sr Heifer; 1. Beef; Limousin; Sr Heifer; Div II Res. Beef; Limousin; Winter Heifer; 1. Beef; Limousin; Winter Heifer; Div II Ch. Beef; Limousin grp; Breeders Best 5 Head; 2. Beef; Limousin grp; Jr Get Of Sire 3 Head; 1. Beef; Limousin grp; Pair Of Heifers; 2. Beef; Limousin grp; Pair Of Heifers; 3. Beef; Limousin grp; Pair Of Heifers;4. Beef; Limousin grp; Produce Of Dam-2 Head; 1. Kody Illingworth; Fairfield;Beef; Jr breeding heifers; Summer Red An- gus Yrlg. Heifers; 1. Beef; Red angus; Summer Yearling Heifers; 1. Beef; , Red angus; Summer Yearling Heifers; Intermed C. Beef; Simmental 75 per- cent and below; Fem Pr-Cow 3 Yrs Older Calf B; 2. Beef; Simmenta175.1 percent; Heifers; 4. Kolt Illingworth; Fairfield; Beef; Jr breeding heifers; Summer Red Angus Yrlg. Heifers; 2. Beef; Red angus; Late Summer Yearling Heifers; 1. Beef; Red angus; Late Summer Yearling Heifers; intermed R. Beef; Simmental 75 percent or below; Fern Pr-Cow 3 Yrs Older Calf B; 1. Beef; Simmental 75.1 percent; Heifers; 3. Tyler Lay; Glenvil; Beef; Opnjckpt feed calf shw; Feeder Steer; 4. Beef; Opn jckpt feed calf shw; Feeder Steer; GR Champ. William McCutchan; Nelson; Beef; Tex longhorn-free; Female; 5. Beef; Tex longhorn-free; Female; 3. Beef; Tex longhorn-free; Female; 3. Beef; Beef; Tex longhorn-free; Female; 2. Beef; Tex longhorn-free; Mature Fe- male; 4. Belle McCutchar; Nelson; Beef; Tex longhorn-halter; Female; 1. Beef; Tex longhorn-youth; Exhibition - Pee Wee Showman 6 Under; 1. VARIETY AND ICE CREAM 22 SUNDAE FESTIVAL Saturday, Sept. 14, 6:30 p.m. Republic United Methodist Church 501 Pawnee Ave. Republic Kan. Sponsored b UMC Committee 36.14 i LIVING FAITH FELLOWSHIP CHURCH Welcomes Guest Speaker Byron August Author and Teacher of the Word of God Sunday, Sept. 14 at 10:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. Children's Church and Nursery Available bv,r, . -,.,,..t,  a Rhema Bible Training College orlameu tmerant nunister and author who conducts services, seminars and workshops on the ministry of helps in the local church and a teacher at Rhema in Broke Arrow, Okla. Combining Biblical principles with practical experience, Rev. August has encouraged congregations to take their place in supporting and honoring their pastors. He presents a message that is easy to understand and hard to forget. LIVING FAITH FELLOWSHIP CHURCH 3I S N.  durra "n,perior. Neb. 402-879-3814 ,'ol v,v- - .n Aioent - Associate Pastor Patsy Busey q7 ,i Chantel McCutchan; Nelson; Beef; Tex longhorn-trophy steer; Sr Steers; 3. Joseph McCutchan; Nelson; Beef; Tex longhorn-trophy steer; Sr Steers; 4. Rachel Reinke; Edgar; Dairy goat; Lamancha jr shw; 10. Dairy goat; La- mancha jr shw; 13. Dairy goat; La- mancha jr shw; 14. Dairy goat; La- manchajr show-grp; Jr Get Of Sire; 1. Marie Arthur; Lawrence; Dairy goat; Nigerian dwarf jr show; 1. Dairy goat; Nigerian dwarf jr show; 9. Dairy goat; Nigerian dwarf sr show;2-3 Yrs; 7. Dairy goat; Nigerian dwarf sr show; 2-3 Yrs; 8. Dairy goat; Nigerian dwarf sr show; 3-4 Yrs; 4. Dairy goat; Nige- rian dwarf sr show; Under 2 Yrs; 4. Lee Dana; Red Cloud; Sheep-goat; Abga boer goats (bronze show); F.B Jr Doe Kid B; 1Nebr Bred. Sheep-goat; Abga boer goats (bronze show); F.B Jr Doe Kid B ; 5. Sheep-goat; Abga boer goats (bronze show); F.B. Jr Doe Kid; 3 Nebr Bred. Sheep-goat; Abga boer goats (bronze show); F.B. Jr Doe Kid; 7. Sheep-goat; Abga boer goats (bronze show); F.B. Yearling Buck; 1. Sheep- goat; Abga boer goats (bronze show); F.B. Yearling Buck; 1 Nebr Bred. Sheep-goat; Abga boer goats (bronze show); F.B. Yearling Buck; 2. Sheep- goat; Abga boer goats (bronze show); F.B. Yearling Buck; 2 Nebr Bred. Sheep-goat; Abga boer goats (bronze show); F.B. Yearling Buck; Grand. Sheep-goat; Abga boer goats (bronze show); F.B. Yearling Buck; Reserve. Sheep-goat;-Abga boer goats (bronze show);-F.B. Yearling Doe; 10. Sheep- goat; Abga boer goats (bronze show); F.B. YearlingDoe; 3 Nebr Bred. Sheep- goat; Abga boer goats (bronze show); F.B. Yearling Doe; 1. Sheep-goat; Abga boer goats (bronze show); F.B. Yearling Doe; 3. Sheep-goat; Abga boer goats (silver show); F.B Jr Doe Kid; 1 Nebr Bred. Sheep-goat; Abga boer goats (silver show); F.B Jr Doe Kid; 3. Sheep-goat; Abga boer goats (silver show); F.B. Jr Doe Kid; 1. Sheep-goat; Abga boer goats (silver show); F.B. Jr Doe Kid;1 Nebr Bred. Sheep-goat; Abga boer goats (silver show); F.B. Jr Doe Kid; Grand Chem. Sheep-goat; Abga boer goats (silver show); F.B. Yearling Buck; 1. Sheep- goat; Abga boer goats (silver show); F.B. Yearling Buck;1 Nebr Bred. Sheep-goat; Abga boer goats (silver show); FB. Yearling Buck; 2. Sheep- goat; Abga boer goats (silver show); F.B. Yearling Buck; 2 Nebr Bred. Sheep-goat; Abga boer goats (silver show); F.B. Yearling Buck; Grand Chem. Sheep-goat; Abga boer goats (silver show); F.B. Yearling Doe; 1 Nebr Bred. Sheep-goat; Abga boer goats (silver show); F.B. Yearling Doe; 6. Sheep-goat; Abga boer goats (silver show); F.B. Yearling Doe; 1 Nebr Bred. Sheep-goat; Abga boer goats (silver show); F.B. Yearling Doe; 2. Davenport Senior Center Menu Sept. 15 to Sept. 19 Monday: Mesquite chicken, creamy hash browns, corn, purple plums. Tuesday: Salisbury steak, scalloped potatoes, seasoned carrots, strudel stick. Wednesday: Polish dog on a bun, macaroni salad, baked beans, apple salad. Thursday: Oven fried chicken, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans with bacon, ice cream. Friday: Beef and noodles, Scandi- navian blend vegetables, sliced peaches, cookie. Todd Fangmeier; Hebron; Sheep- goat; Commercial pen of market lambs; Pen Of 3 Commercial Lambs; Any Sex; 2. Morgan Fangmeier; Hebron; Sheep- goat; Wether sire and dam; B.F. Fall Ewe Lamb; 3. Sheep-goat; Wether sire amd dam ;B.F. Fall Ewe Lamb; 3 Nebr Bred. Sheep-goat; Wether sire and dam; B.F. Pair Ewe Lambs; 6. Sheep-goat; Wether sire and dam; B.F. Spring Ewe Lamb; 9. Carte Murman; Glenvil; Sheep- goat; Wether sire and dam; B.F. Pair Ewe Lambs; 8. Sheep-goat; Wether sire and dam; B.F. Spring Ewe Lamb; 11. Sheep-goat; Wether sire and dam; B.F. Spring Ewe Lamb; 9. Sheep-goat; Wether sire and dam; B.F. Spring Ram Lamb; 4. Sheep-goat; Wether sire and dam; B.F. Spring Ram Lamb; 4 Nebr Bred. AAAmagazine features H/ghway 136 tour The current issue of the Cornhusker Motor Club' s travel magazine includes a feature on the Heritage Highway, a route through Nuckolls County which is better known locally as Highway 136. The magazine identified the high- way as a "Must-do scenic drive." Steeped in history that intricately interwines with the land, Nebraska's southwest comer brings to life the saga of the state's beginnings. This 238- mile drive along Highway 136 beings in Brownville, a town that was estab- lished in 1854 beside the Missouri River and is serendipitously trapped in a time capsule. A vast sea of tallgrass prairie, just as our forefathers found it, awaits at Homestead National Monument of America. To get there, detour onto Highway 4 at Beatrice and drive four miles west. Retracing the drive back to town stop at the Beatrice Bakery Co., for slices of blueberry walnut cake before continuing on Highway 136 through fertile farmland. At Red Cloud, hometown of novel- ist Willa Cather, make time to explore her childhood home, the Opera House and several more sites dedicated to her. The town and surrounding prairie in- spired Cather's 1913 novel, O Pio- neers!. Beyond Red Cloud, the drive stretches into Harlan County, a pri- mary stopover for migrating birds form bald eagles to Sandhill cranes before ending in the tiny village of Edison. Places and activities the magazines advised travelers should take part in included The Antiquariam, a former high school building packed with used books that are for sale. At Cedar Creek Pottery, seven miles east of Beatrice Ervin Dixon displays in a Lutheran Church constructed in 1895 salt-glazed stoneware he has created for nearly 40 years. Delve into Nebraska's Cech heritage at the Wilber Czech Museim, only a 30-minute detour off the high- way. Travelers were advised to relax 'on the World's Largest Porch Swing lo- cated in Hebron's Roosevelt Park. The swing was fashioned from the section of center pivot manufactured at Deshler. Special events mentioned were the Trail of Treasures, a 14-county long garage sale set for Oct 3 through 5 and the Brownville flea markets held every spring and fall. The 56th annual fall market will be held Sept. 27 and 28. Elephants are always drawn smaller than life, but a flea always larger. I J[F'5Oth Anniversary Card Shower-00l I The children of [ Glen and Carol (Meyer) Mueller request a card shower in honor of their anniversary Friday, Sept. 12 Cards may be sent to 1157 Hwy. 14, Nelson, NE 68961 They were married Sept. 12, 1964 37., at Salem Lutheran Church, rural Superior. I l00eware of,., ".the Pottych00 t Coming soon to a yard near you. Sponsored by The Superior Mother's Club Thursday, September 11, 2014 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 3A i The Comm unity Improvement Award sponsored by the Superior Ambassadors was presented to Superior Wireless ' and Famers Insurance of downtown Superior for recent renovations and improvements to their new location. Pictured (from left) Cody and Stephanie Fierstein, owners with, John Price Jr., Ambassadors representative.. dO pl : G d time to trans ant Trl-Salnts members . lent their hands this peonies, other flowers wk for God's work On Sunday about 60 members of By Phyllis Sehoenholz geraniums and impatiens. Theseplants Tri-Saints Lutheran Parish from Byron ' Extension Educator can be overwintered in a sunny win- and Hardy participated in "God's Monday was an absolutely beauti- dew and provide plants for next year's Work. Our Hands." Sunday. ful day after rain and winds Sunday garden. "God'sWork.OurHands."Sunday night. At our home the wind broke a Think about dividing plants that is an initiative of the Evangelical largebranch whichlandedon thepower may be crowded. Perennial phlox can Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) lines resulting in a large fireball and be divided about every third or fourth which invites every member of the power outage. Within a few hours the year. Early fall or early spring are the 10,000 congregations of the ELCA to : power was back on because of the hard best times to plant or transplant them. engage in some type of service. Tri- weekend work of power company Saints members engaged in a total of employees. Horticulture staff at University of OV. Hellllllall unveil8 10 service projects: making treasure Nebraska-Extension in Lancaster new RQIIIk pltRln at boxes for Lutheran Family Services for Foster Children, tying fleece Linus County list several things that should I-Iusker I-][el'vest Days Project Blankets for Foster Children, be done in September. One of their Gov. Dave Heineman was in Grand making birthday cards for shut-ins, gardening tips is not to paint tree Island Wednesday morning to an= writing letters of encouragement tO wounds after storm damage or pruning nounce a Reinke Manufacturing of American troops, making paracord because the paint can slow healing DeshlerandNebraskaCoilegeofTech- survivalbraceletsforAmericantroops, process and may promote decay, nical Agriculture (NCTA) initiative to writing encouraging emails to Young September is a good time to do offer the latest in center-pivot technol- Adults in Global Mission through the other things in the garden as the gar- ogy and hands-on irrigation training to ELCA, decorating cookies for shut- dening season winds down. Allow studentsthroughtheIrrigationTechni- ins, visiting shut-ins, washing win- plants to finish the summer growth cian Concentration. dows for people in Byron, and doing cycle in a normal manner. Never en- Reinke has partnered with NCTA Byron town park maintenance. courage growth with heavy applica- in Curtis to develop a two semester As the day concluded Pastor Breen tions of fertilizer or excessive pruning professionaltraining programdesigned said, "Thank you to all the hands will- at this time. Plants will delay their to prepare students for service techni- ing to serve in this way for the benefit dormancy process that has already be- cian positions in the center-pivot irri- of our churches, community, state, and gun in anticipation of winter in the gotten industry. The program devel- word!" months ahead. New growth can be ops future leaders in agriculture, fo- "Itistheweakmanwhourgescompro- injured by an early freeze, cusing on best practices in water use Think about spring flowering plants, efficiency and utilization of key tech- mise-never the strong man." For example, plant peonies now, but nologies for improved agricultural pro- Elbert Hubbard make sure the crowns are buried only ductivity. In addition to a pivot, Reinke one and a half to two inches below has donated supplies, parts and equip- Your news is ground level. Planting them deeper ment to NCTA. A strong industry de- important to us than two inches may keep them from mand for skilled technicians across the blooming. U.S., and globally, prompted NCTA to We'd like to include your family Think too of next year's fall beauty establish the program. Nebraska leads news in the Superior Express. The byselectingaccentplantsforyourland- the nation in total irrigated crop land addresses are P.O. Box 408 for scapethat will provide autumn beauty, with more than 8.5 million acres irri- mailing, delivery to 148 East Third Trees that have red fall color are flow- gated by groundwater and surface ap- Street, telephone: 402-879-3291, ering dogwood, red maple, sugar plications, fax: 402-879-3463 or e-math maple, Norway maple, red oal and tse@superiorne.com. scarlet oak. Shrubs with red fall fohage include sumac, viburnum, winged',eu- Office Supplies onymus and barberry, j ! If planning shrubs and trees this Superior Publishing Co. 148 E. Third St. fall. be sure to water well to provide Superior 402-879..3291 sufficient moisture and prevent winter - I damage. Add a three inch layer of Op organic mulch such as shredded bark 60th Anniversary en House around the base of plants to retain soil moisture and regulate soil temperature The Family of Take root cuttings from annual bed- ding plants such as begonias, coleus, Ray and Dixie Wharton .... invite you to an open house . in honor of their anniversary on r Full Service Yarn  Sunday, Sept. 28, 1-4 p.m. & Gift Shop I Desher Community Hall urs: Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. South end of Main Street, Deshler, Neb. t redpv: 10 a.m. t0 8 p.m., Saturday: 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. 'J,OSED SUNDAY & MONDAY Lunch will be provided by the family t:'i00 q?ose Request no gifts, honor then;zoithacard Ray and Dixie "yam df Custom ff, ra6roir We hope you can attend and were married 336 N. Central, Superi.or, Neb. wish the couple many more years together August 15, 1954 k, 402-879-0151 k ./ \\; Friday, Sept. 12 5- 8 p.m. " 37.14 Saturday, Sept. 13 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 14 1 - 4 p.m. Simple Blessing's Fall Gatherings Open House Come enjoy an autumn time shopping experience with lots of fall decor, candles, soups and dip mixes Primitive and vintage items and much more Have a cup of cider and food samples while you shop 131 N Holdrege, Lawrence, Neb. Drawings throughout the whole weekend f "lease join -" l, lS City of Superior For de00:s,;0000rt as the CN00..S (Community Needs Assessment Surve?0000 results will be presented by SCED S Tuesday, Sept. 23, 7 p.m. 37.14 Vestey .ei00ter, ,Superior, Neb.